Live music, Q&A sessions, DJ sets and more will take place across the weekend at some of Camden’s most popular venues: Roundhouse (main space and Sackler space), FEST Camden, Dingwalls and Electric Ballroom.
Paul Rodgers, Head of 6 Music, says: “I’m delighted that the 6 Music Festival will be bringing so many talented artists to Camden, to play in historic venues like the Roundhouse, FEST, Dingwalls and Electric Ballroom. We hope you’ll join us at a gig - or else enjoy a weekend of live music, celebration and fun on BBC 6 Music, BBC Sounds, BBC Four, BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.”
Lauren Laverne says: 'It’s a fantastic line-up in a brilliant location. I can’t wait to see the artists behind some of my favourite records of the past year - Brittany Howard, Michael Kiwanuka and Kate Tempest - as well as some of the brightest hopes for 2020 like Squid and The Orielles.'
Mary Anne Hobbs says: “Super-hot line-up in 2020, personally I’m excited to be DJing before Mike Skinner at Dingwalls. I'd always love to read the graffiti on the walls of the ladies loos, back in the 80s, it was just as pointed as the NME.”
Disabled Access Information
There aren’t any parking facilities but vehicles can drop off very close to the venue. The entrance to FEST is via a cobbled street and a ramp into the venue.
The venue does have an area for wheelchair users but there is a limited capacity and spaces need to be booked in advance. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. An accessible toilet is available at the venue.
If you require access for a wheelchair or a carers ticket please head to the BBC accessibility page which details how to apply.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below