Having found out that there is a Camden Street in Dublin, the good folks behind London's Camden Crawl probably couldn't restrain themselves from setting up their stall in the Emerald Isle.
Which leaves only one thing to sort out; a line up.
And what a line up they've got up their sleeves, with The Black Lips returning to the city for the first time in two years. Also added to the bill, Concrete Knives, Lanterns On The Lake, Big Deal and Dirty Beaches.
But that's not all, Tropics and Paws will also be making an appearance at the event, as well as Three Trapped Tigers and Gallops.
Furthermore, the organisers have promised that next month, there's going to be some more big name additions to the line up, so watch this space for details.
The Meteor Camden Crawl Dublin takes place over May bank holiday, the 3rd to the 5th May. Also planned; a cruise to take people to and from the Dublin leg of their festival. The HMCC Dublin will embark from Holyhead in the early hours of Friday 3rd May, traveling overnight. Inclusive travel packages went on sale this morning, and are available from camdencrawldublin.com/tickets.
Camden Crawl Dublin 2013 - which launched just last year - will feature more than 150 artists and special guests across 20 venues, including an outdoor stage, church, pubs and established live music venues. For tickets and more details, visit their website.
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