Indietracks is a charming, unique indiepop festival located at a picturesque steam railway in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. It hosts of a range of melodic pop, folk, indie and punk-pop bands, all with an independent and DIY spirit. You could win one of five pairs of tickets to experience it all for yourself.
The headliners this year include Camera Obscura, The Pastels, Still Corners, Bis, The Wave Pictures, Helen Love and Haiku Salut. Around 50 bands will be playing over the weekend across a range of stages, including a main outdoor stage, a locomotive shed, a railway church and on the trains themselves. Visitors can enjoy steam train rides, art and craft workshops, discos, real ale and other railway attractions.
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The Blues Kitchen Camden
This lively, contemporary bar-diner on the main Camden drag celebrates American musical heritage in song (live shows, DJs, free harmonica lessons), spirits and sustenance. The food is all-American in spirit and substance, with barbecue and burgers featuring prominently. Though you can, if you insist, order a 'superfood salad.' There are around 50 bourbons in a variety of categories, some used as bases for cocktails. Rarer types (Blanton’s Gold, Sazerac 18-Year-Old Rye, Woodford Reserve 1838 Sweet Mash) go for a tenner or more, but otherwise you’ll be paying £3.50 to £6. ‘America’s native spirit’ is how Kentucky bourbon is described, with Ancient Age and Evan Williams typical examples; Tennessee, ‘the first cousin of Kentucky’, is honoured with a full suit of Jack Daniel’s labels.
Venue says: “Free birthday bubbly for parties booking in for drinks at Blues Kitchen Camden on Friday nights. Get in touch for more details.”