Campfire Club 2018

Campfire Club

Returning for a fourth summer filling London’s green spaces with music. A concert like no other: unamplified, outdoors, around a fire. Gather together and listen.

Every Thursday and/or Friday throughout the summer, from the start of May until the end of September. Come to as many as you like with the 2018 season ticket - on sale for a limited time only.

CAMPFIRE CLUB 2018

More info at http://thenestcollective.co.uk/show-category/campfire-club/

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