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Various Venues N8, London
20 -23. November 2014: 1pm
Yes - FOUR DAYS! Expect THE END 2014 to be bigger and better and have a wider scope even than the 2013 festival, with the trademark mix of international and local music, community and networking events in pop-up venues all over N8. We're already well into the plans...
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Dubbed by one of the many musicians involved asNXN8 (North by North-Eight) - or London's answer to Austin, TX festival SXSW (South By SouthWest) - THE END promises the best underground bands from home and abroad and will turn Crouch End institutions into North London's hippest hangouts.
This ambitious project is curated byTHE LOCAL and has proven to be one of the London scene's best kept secrets. THE END makes ingenious use of its local conveniences, transforming the likes of an old schoolhouse, an ice-cream parlour, a supermarket and furniture, coffee and vintage clothing shops into makeshift venues to create one of the most unconventional festivals the capital has to offer. The 2014 edition will see some new innovations in venues, too!
Curator of THE END, HOWARD MONK: "Crouch End is an area full of creative and media types yet only really well known for decent restaurants. However, there are a number of excellent events if you scratch the surface, and this is a fresh one for the calendar, perhaps a little more ambitious in scale. We're keen to bring excellent touring bands out of the usual epicenters of Shoreditch, Camden, Central London up to Crouch End for a couple of nights. Not just celebrating local acts (although there are a number on the bill), but mixing those with touring acts makes a great event."
The festival box office and shop will be located at Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue, N8 9TH. Bring your pre-booking confirmation here and we'll give you your wristband in exchange