MikeQ, Teki Latex, AJ Tracey and more to play the opening weeks.

The team behind XOYO, Phonox, The Jazz Café and this year’s inaugural Sunfall festival are opening a new 400-capacity music venue in north London.

Located at the former Barfly venue on Chalk Farm Road, The Camden Assembly will host performances from an eclectic range of artists, with MikeQ, Teki Latex, L-Vis 1990 and Spector playing in the opening weeks.

Andy Peyton, head of music at The Camden Assembly, says: “We want this venue not to be a monument to the glory days of indie, or the glory days of Camden, or the glory days of The Barfly. Instead we hope it will be a forward-thinking reflection of the eclectic tastes young people have today, something Camden and
London can be proud of.”

London burger joint Lucky Chip will take up residence in the kitchen. The venue opens its doors on September 15 – see full listings below.

The Camden Assembly is the next step in the regeneration of the area, following The Jazz Café’s relaunch in May.

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