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  • Adam Reynolds

Last Minutes and Lost Evenings

On the heels of his 2000th show, the incredible Frank Turner announced that, in collaboration with OneFest, he'd headline 4 nights at the infamous Camden Roundhouse. But it's not as easy as that. Frank could easily play the same set each day, but instead, he's going to play 2 "greatest hits" sets, and also celebrate the tenth anniversary of "Sleep Is For The Week", and pay homage to the fabled Nambucca days of yore with "Sensible Sunday", an acoustic night, which promises to be magical, combining the intimacy of the songwriting and acoustic guitar with a huge venue like the Roundhouse.

But that's not all. Across the weekend, there will be workshops and panels, and a whole host of other bands playing too, the majority, if not all picked by Frank himself. These will probably include some of the bands that have supported him, and a whole load of others too. It will be a weekend of friends, old and new. There are still a few tickets available, and possibly a batch of 4 day "season pass" tickets, allowing you to get involved with everything on offer.

Camden will be taken over by the FTHC family in May (12-15th), and we hope to see you there with us, as old friends, or even as new ones.

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