Festival Creatives Behind New Camden Open-Air Venue Design

Camden Courtyard is an all-new oasis of inner city culture coming to the heart of Camden Town on 4th July. The 300 capacity, open-air space will offer something for all munchers and groovers with an eclectic music programme, mouthwatering pizza and dumplings and frozen slushy cocktails for slurping in the sun.

The brand new open air space is from the owners of Electric Ballroom and is nestled away on newly repurposed land beside the historic music venue. It is designed and built by Fables Creative who are responsible for building stages at Gala, Gottwood and Waterworks Festivals.

Kate Fuller, Owner – Camden Courtyard / Electric Ballroom said: “For the best part of a century, Electric Ballroom has been a venue which showcases the most exciting of musical movements and Camden Courtyard is the next step in our story. The venue will offer something new for Camden, an area that has surprisingly few open air locations for drinking, dining and dancing. We’re working with a great selection of forward thinking promoters, DJs and food & drink brands and we can’t wait to welcome new faces and regulars alike.”

The venue has been kitted out with a high-spec Martin Audio sound system and can be covered in the case of inclement weather.

Musically it will roll out a carefully curated mix of live acts, DJs, bands and brands such as house and techno specialists FreeFromSleep, garage dons UKG Brunch, the eclectic Midnight Runners, deep, progressive and melodic crew Colorize and the legendary underground party starters Ketoloco.

Fuel will be courtesy of tasty treats from street food pioneers Pizza & Dumplings who are famed around the capital for serving up Neapolitan style wood-fired pizza alongside hearty Gyozo dumplings. Wray & Nephew will be on hand to serve up their legendary, rum-laden frozen slushy cocktails.