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After CamelPhat returned to London at the end of January to play their most intimate club gigs in the Capital in years, the guys scale things down even further for their next visit. In conjunction with Youth Music, the charity that supports children and young people to discover their creative spark, CamelPhat will play a deeply personal, immensely intimate charity show at Orange Yard, Soho on Friday 3rd April.
Set in the heart of London’s West End, Orange Yard is a newly refurbished venue with a difference. Owned and operated by the same team behind E1 and Shoreditch Platform, the micro-club stands out by combining Soho’s vibrant atmosphere with world class performers. CamelPhat will represent the venue’s biggest profile of guest yet. The likelihood of seeing them play such an intimate venue (just 300 capacity!) in the near future is slim, given their status continues to grow with each passing week. Whether they are storming the charts with their bounty of hits, nominated for Grammys, selling out their residency in Ibiza or booked to headline Creamfields, the CamelPhat express keeps ascending to new heights. With notable releases such as ‘Cola’, ‘Constellations’, ‘Panic Room’, ‘Breathe’, ‘Dopamine Machine’ and latest sensation ‘Rabbit Hole’ already under their belt, a highly-anticipated debut studio album is deep in the works.
This will be the last opportunity to catch CamelPhat play in a central London location until the final quarter of the year. With tickets already limited, demand for this special show is going to prove phenomenal. One for the diehard fans, you will want to make sure you are standing by when tickets are released. We anticipate this selling out very quickly.
All proceeds from ticket sales will fund Youth Music’s projects for children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.