Camden Town has plays a vital part in modern music, being a huge part of the punk scene and having music venues where bands cut their teeth. Here is list of the top music venues in Camden Town.

  1. Camden Assembly

Camden Assembly, formerly the Camden Barfly, has been one of Camden’s most important music venues for many year. Bands like Coldplay, Franz Ferdinand, and many more cut their teeth here. With a capacity of 200, you’re guaranteed to see energetic performances in a venue with great sound. Downstairs you will find a bar and be able to order food, but it’s upstairs you want to go to see the live music.

  1. KOKO

Located near Mornington Crescent underground station, KOKO has been in existence since 1900. A beautiful interior, it hosts both local and well-knows international acts. Either stand downstairs, or seating upstairs in true theatre style.

  1. Jazz Café

The recently refurbished Jazz Café is one of our favourite venues. Despite its name, it welcomes genres from jazz, rock, blues, acoustic, hip hop, electronic, and more. Check the listings page to see who will be performing. For a special night out, reserve a table at the upstairs restaurant while enjoying the live music.

  1. Dingwalls

Dingwalls is a fine music and comedy venue right by Camden Lock. The old Victorian building can comfortably accommodate 500 people and has welcomes bands such as Foo Fighters, Ellie Goulding, Noel Gallagher, Imagine Dragons, The Strokes, to name but a few.

  1. Spiritual Bar

A tiny little gem of a venue in Camden Town. Spiritual has a small stage in the corner and regularly has acoustic acts performing. Grab a beer or one of their excellent cocktails, grab a stool, and enjoy the music.

  1. Electric Ballroom

Electric Ballroom is a legendary venue, with a large hall and impressive stage, which welcomes some of the worlds’ top touring bands. U2, The Killers, Prince, Joy Division all played here. For a weekend club night you’re in for a wild night too.

  1. Roundhouse

The Roundhouse is situated in an old railway engine shed. It opened in 1964 as a performing arts venue, and nowadays sees bands, DJ’s and performers at a beautiful, historic music venue. Excellent sounds, lovely atmosphere.

  1. Dublin Castle

Blur, Madness, Amy Winehouse. Just a few names who have played there. It’s a venue that smaller bands play, quite often to a receptive audience. Amy Winehouse used to occasionally serve drinks to customers. Add to your music venue list.

  1. The Underworld

Metal music in London doesn’t get better than at The Underworld in Camden. Just next to (and below) World’s End, The Underworld has an excellent music area and really gets the audience rocking. For those about to rock, we salute you.

  1. Green Note

An award-winning music venue in Camden, with a vegetarian café and bar. Upstairs you can expect some of the finest acoustic, jazz, and folk bands, and a smaller room downstairs for a more intimate performance. A lovely place.