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Published on August 1st, 2006 | by Filthy Pedro

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Summer Antifolk Festival and special Antifolk Boat events announced

Details are released of the Summer Antifolk Festival on Sat 19th August and an Antifolk boat party on Sunday 20th.

It’s already been a busy Antifolk summer, with the Summer Solstice Special, the Lach Antifolk Extravaganza at the Camden Barfly and the recent Brighton Antifest.

It’s not over yet though. August sees the seasonal Summer Antifolk Festival at the 12 Bar club in Soho, marking two years since the first Summer Antifolk Festival, which was the first night ever dedicated to the UK Antifolk scene.

Venue: The 12 Bar club, Denmark Street, London WC2H 8NL.

Time: 7:00pm till very late

Cost: £6 (on the door)

Line up includes:

Timothy Tomlinson
Tom Cronenberg (solo DCW)
Chris Chinchilla
Filthy Pedro & the Carthaginians
The New York Howl
The Rebel
Milk Kan
Brer Brian
Lucy Joplin
Blah Blah Blah
The Zetland Players
Thee Intolerable Kidd

Hosted by Big Gay ‘Black Belt’ John
On the Sunday we see Antifolk take to the waters, with the Antifolk boat. This is an actual moving boat, so if you miss the launch, then your buggered!

Venue: The good ship Antifolk, disembarking from the Turks Boatyard, Thames Side, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1PX. Map here.

Time: Launches at 2:00pm. Arrives back at port at 6:00pm

Cost: £7.50 (limited tickets, so buy online in the shop now)

Line up includes:

The Loa Depths
Tom Cronenberg (solo DCW)
JJ Crash & the Lips
Filthy Pedro & the Carthaginians
Paul Hawkins
The New York Howl
Milk Kan
Brer Brian
Thee Intolerable Kidd

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is an Antifolk musician and founder of the British Antifolk movement. Some say he is over 10,000 years old and sees Antifolk as the evolution of folk music. Others say he is actually originally from Anglesey and first got into Antifolk when he realised the type of music he liked and made had a name.



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