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Free fun fest at the world famous Camden Market
Shopping shopping, singing singing, dancing dancing. Yes, that's the sound of someone who loves shopping, singing and dancing in a warehouse with a big echo. Camden Market is a little smaller than that, which is good, because it's nice to be near lots of happy people up close. This happens every day at Camden Market. Full of smiley food vendors showing off their wares (look at those wares!) and clotheliers (people who sell clothes) doing the same, Lock Live is a great opportunity to soak up the atmosphere of London's coolest district while enjoying a few big-name acts. Just down the road from Amy Winehouse's local The Hawley Arms, the area is steeped in musical history. But with rising prices in London generally, it's not every day you get to see music like this for free. So Cam-on-down to Camden Town. Winners!
Get away from the high street and check out The Colonel Fawcett. It's a cracker of a pub.
How do I get there?
Northern Line: Camden Town is only 500m down the road. Chalk Farm is 700m up the road. Mornington Crescent is 800m down the road, not long after Camden Town.
(It's recommended not to use Camden Town at peak times due to congestion. Both Mornington Crescent and, in particular, Chalk Farm, are quieter and not much further away)
Camden has an extensive range of bus stops which will carry people in from most parts of London. Search for your best route at: tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/ pdf for buses and www.tfl.gov.uk
Camden Market is not in the congestion zone. However don't come by car unless you have to, as Camden is famously hard to park in.
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