Camden London 24-26th April 2014
  • Desertfest Ticket Exchange


    Road Closure On Greenland Place for Desertfest 2015

    We’ve managed to persuade the good people at Camden Council to close the road off for the duration of the festival. This years Ticket Exchange will be on Greenland Place directly outside The Black Heart Pub. To access the wristband exchange you will need to enter greenland place from Greenland Rd ( right next to Read the full article…

  • Desertfest Limited Edition 7″ Vinyl


    DesertFest is very proud to present an exclusive first!

    This year at DesertFest will see the release of the first in an exclusive series of 7″ vinyl from the festival. Limited to only 200 copies the 7″ vinyl from H42 Records is available in two colours. The first 150 copies will be available from the bands, the label and the official DesertFest shop but Read the full article…

  • Stage Times announced


    Desertfest 2015 Stage Times Now Online

    With only 2 weeks to go its about time we announced the stage times and you guys start planning your weekends activities. Once again we’ve tried our hardest to reduce any clashes whilst give the bands plenty of time to do their thing. For more info on the times, please head over to our line Read the full article…

  • Desertfest After Parties


    This years Desertfest see’s host of After Parties once again taking place through out the entire weekend.

    We’ve got some DJ’s / nights back from previous years and we’ve got some new exciting ones making the debut at Desertfest London. An extensive list of parties can be found below Friday Underworld – The Spahn Ranch – 11:30pm – 3am The Spahn Ranch is a brand new club night playing the best in doom, Read the full article…

  • Torpor to Set DesertFest 2015 On Course


    London/Brighton 4-piece Torpor are joining us as a last minute addition to DesertFest 2015 later this month! As the first band of the festival itself, they will set the heaviness fully and sonically in motion on Friday 24th April.

    Torpor have already won over reviewers, fellow bands and heavy music fans across the spectrum with their debut full length ‘From Nothing Comes Everything’, released via the underground UK label Head Of Crom in early 2015. The band’s blend, which sees moments of pondering calm give way to harrowing waves of hypnotic, head-nodding, doomy chugging, Read the full article…

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