Legendary rock band Sleep headline the Roundhouse stage as part of Desertfest 2017, a festival weekender in Camden dedicated to the stoner, doom, psych and sludge.
They will be joined by epic doom metal band Candlemass, who have over three decades of underground acclaim to their name, plus the USA’s atmospheric black metal band Wolves in the Throne Room, traditional doom metal stalwarts Saint Vitus and the raw “weed metal” of Bongzilla.
Those buying day tickets from the Roundhouse on Sunday will also have access to stages at The Underworld – headlined by psychedelic juggernauts Samsara Blues Experiment – and The Black Heart – headlined by Dead Lord.
Unless stated otherwise, your ticket grants entry to the Roundhouse for all of Sunday’s performances. To get a wristband that gives entry to the other venues, take your ticket to the Ticket Exchange on Greenland Place opposite the Black Heart, Camden, open Sunday 12pm – 8pm.
If you are seated upstairs (Level 2) please be aware you will need to keep your ticket on you to find your seat.
Please note: the Roundhouse will operate a no entry policy from 9.15pm on Sunday. After this point, no one will be allowed into the venue. Sleep are due on for 9:15pm, so please make sure you get in with plenty of time.
There will be a collectable 72-page programme with information on all the bands available from the merch area in the foyer. Sleep much will be available in the main merch area near the main space entrance.
Check out the playlist below for a taster of Sunday’s bands…
*Fees are £2.95 per ticket and £1.95 per transaction
Age restrictions: Over 18s only
Latecomers will be admitted throughout
Those buying day tickets from the Roundhouse will also have access to stages at The Underworld and The Black Heart on Sunday 30 April
14:30 – Doors open
15:15 – 16:15 – Bongzilla
16:45 – 17:45 – Saint Vitus
18:15 – 19:15 – Wolves In The Throne Room
19:45 – 20:45 – Candlemass
21:15 – 22:45 – Sleep
23:00 – Curfew
There are also stages at The Underworld and The Black Heart. Please check venues for their stage times.
Times are approximate and subject to change at short notice.