Australia Day will rock in Camden with Oi, Oi, Oi
For Aussie residents in north London this year Bar Solo in Camden will be hosting a bunch of Australian artists to mark the day.
Oi, Oi, Oi — Australian Music Showcase
Australia Day celebrations in London usually are located around Shepherd’s Bush, Fulham and Clapham. For Aussie residents in north London though, this year Bar Solo in Camden will be hosting a bunch of up-and-coming Australian artists to mark the day.
The show will be headlined by London-based Queensland outfit Bonfire Nights (pictured), who were recently added to the famous South By Southwest music showcase in Austin Texas for 2012. They are joined by Horsefight and solo artist Chris Brady.
To cap off the Australia Day night, the DJ will be spinning a bagful of Aussie hits from the classic pub songs through to the new sounds of Down Under.
If checking out some live Aussie music with free entry and happy hour from 7pm — 9pm sounds like your cup of VB then head to north London.
Oi, Oi, Oi
Under Bar Solo, Inverness St, Camden, London.
Thursday, 26 January 2012
7pm — 1am
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