Desertfest 2019 Overview
Spanning across 6 major venues in the heart of London's metal scene in Camden Town. DesertFest plays host to not only the biggest, but the best underground talent, from the worlds stoner rock, doom, psych, heavy metal and sludge scenes.
Desertfest 2019 Line Up
Desertfest 2019 Travel Info
London is served by an excellent rail network and it’s the best way to travel around London.
Camden Town has its own underground station located a short walk away from the venues, just jump on the Northern Line and you’ll arrive at Camden Town in no time at all.
Here’s a copy of the Underground Map.
Camden Town is easy to get to with the M25 being 25-30 minutes away in most directions.
To get cheaper parking, some car parks in the area provide discounts for pre-booked spaces starting from £10 per day.
Once you’re in London, you can jump on any bus that stops at the following stops; 24, 27, 29, 31, 46, 88, 134, 168, 214, 253, 274, C2, N5, N20, N29, N31, N134, N253, N279.
Buses in London no longer accept cash payment, so you will need to get a combined travel card or an Oyster Card, both are available online or from any rail or underground station.
Here’s a copy of the Bus Routes.
Many of you will be coming from places afar, and most will be travelling by air. So we’ve provided a few links below for the cheapest airlines serving the UK with prices from as little as £9.99 from many locations. Once you’ve landed in the UK, getting to Camden Town is quick and easy:
Stansted Express goes direct to Liverpool Street. You then can hop on the tube. Central line west to Moorgate, then Northern Line to Camden. LINK
Gatwick Express goes to London Victoria. Then Victoria Line to Euston and Northern Line To Camden. LINK
Heathrow Express goes to Paddington. Circle line to Kings Cross, then Northern line to Camden. LINK
National Express also offers a great coach service throughout the UK and all airports. LINK