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Weekend Rockers 6 Live BandsPlus DJ, Raising Money For Charity just £5

Hosted by Camden Friends

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Had a stressful week? Ready for the weekend?

Well get ready as the Weekend is here with WeekEnd Rockers at The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden.

On Friday 12th July join us for the launch of WeekEnd Rockers. Presenting 5 high quality, extraordinary and explosive bands to take your breath away, have you rocking out and dancing the weekend away. This will surely have you screaming and wanting more.

The WeekEnd Rocking continues after watching the live bands with an incredible dj taking you through the night Playing the likes of Indie, Rock, and much much more.

This night is for Charity, with proceeds going to Help For Heroes and The Homeless Park Families Project in Finsbury park

Live Bands:

EastEnd Promises

East End Promisers are a 4 piece Indie/Rock band based in Newham, East London,They consist of:Lewis Youles - Lead Singer/Bass, Wayne Maynard - Guitar, Jake Youles (Fonzi)- Guitar, Iason Everitt - Drums.EastEnd Promises’ are self taught and pride themselves in giving 110% at every performance.They released their debut album "Alan And The White Horse" on Oct 20th 2012. Rock with a twist is what you want, then look no further than ‘EastEnd
Promises’, a great contrast of hard to mellow, progressive to Indie, and energetic to emotional, ‘EastEnd Promises’ has it all.If Kings of Leon, Incubus and the Foo Fighters created a child together, it would spawn as the ‘EastEnd Promises’.


Munkinpure are an Alternative/Rock band originally from Jhb, South Africa. The band relocated to the UK in late 2010 and have been gigging religiously ever since. The current Munkinpure line up consists of Travis Marc (Vocals, Drum), Darryl du Plooy (Bass, Backing Vocals), James Mattocks (Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals) and Greg Smith (Rhythm Guitar and Backing Vocals).

The Planes

The Planes are a four piece Indie Rock band from the South Coast of England. Comprising of identical twins, Chris and Mike Smith (Anti-Jedward) Sam Wardle and Ollie Shaw, the band are forging a name for themselves as one of the South Coasts must see, must hear acts.Having started gigging in early 2011, the band have since played with the likes of Dodgy, The Frank and Walters, Jumping Ships, Cerebral Ballzy, Sad Day for Puppets, Bear Cavalry, I Dream in Colour and The Hit Ups. Also making appearances with Club NME and Southsea Fest.

The Empires Lion

The Empires Lion' are a 3 piece alternative/indie band based from London. They were originally formed by thought merchant and space bassist Jabed Tarapdar. Who he was soon joined by East London powerhouse Chris Goulding on grooves and drums, and Australian import Chris Bartlett on roaringvocals and rattling guitar statements. Once these three where in placehe band sound was forged and the songs appeared. Starting out on the live circuit in 2013, they have already played to great reception and have only just begun to scratch the surface of the bustling monstrosity underneath. In May the band are supporting an international touring act , so stay tuned. “It's time to bring back the lion”

Everything But Arms

"Everything But Arms are a four piece Pop Rock band from Portsmouth.An arsenal of sound, Everything But Arms are taking venues up and down the country by storm, with their too catchy, too cleverly written lyrics and odd but endearing subject topics. They assault audiences
with a force of dynamic energy that really set stages on fire. With their first album, Thunder and Lightning (available on iTunes, and Spotify), touring, and music videos under their belt,Everything But Arms are ready to take on anything 2013 has to throw at them and will be releasing new material in 2013."Music for fans of All Time Low , but with a synthy twist.

Mothers Hand

A live Band from Hackney.

:A live DJ:
:Raffles and give aways with all money raised going to charity:

18+ Only

On The Door £7

Doors 7.30pm-1AM

Dress Code: Cool, Funky and Casual

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1 Malden Rd London, Greater London NW5 3HS


5 Minute walk from Chalk Farm on the Northern Line,


The nearest station is Kentish Town which is a 5 minutes walk to your left from Fiddlers Elbow


Bus Number 24 and 393 stops right outside the venue


Can park around any of the side roads near the venue

For more information on the supported charities go to: and

Offering £5 Entry just quote you are from Camden Friends

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