Be deprived of being deprived - the annual independent gathering of the Ant clan returns to south of Hampstead this November when Adam & the Ants fans from across the world head for the streets of Camden for the Ant Lib Weekender 2012.
The Ant Liberation Front is proud to present the Adam & the Ants Celebration 2012 - featuring live bands, uber rare big screen Ant video, merchandise and the finest Antmusic - all to celebrate the 35 years of Adam & the Ants PLUS 20 years of independent Ant fan gatherings.
This year we will be returning by popular demand to the Fiddler's Elbow in 'Ant Land' itself - Chalk Farm: one mile east from St John's Wood, one mile south from Hampstead and a quick spanking from Camden High Street.
Friday 2nd November
Venue: The Enterprise (Upstairs)
Location: 2 Haverstock Hill, Camden, London NW3 2BL
Time: 8pm-late (karaoke & free buffet from 9pm)
Meet, greet and catch up with old & new Ant chums in a privately booked relaxed environment at one of Camden's most prestigious venues.
Saturday 3rd November
Venue: The Fiddler's Elbow
Location: 1 Malden Road, Kentish Town, London NW5 3HS
Featuring big screen rare Ant video, live music from The Famous Cocks, The Pukes and The Feathers, merchandise stall and Ant Disco - full schedule to be announced shortly.
Ordering your Ant Lib Weekender 2012 tickets
Entry to this year's Ant Lib Weekender is via advance ticket only priced at £12.50 each.
Order online by selecting the amount of tickets required, then click the big green "Order Now" button to make your payment via PayPal.
On receipt of your payment you will receive an e-ticket for your entry to the Ant Lib Weekender - please print it and bring it with you on your arrival to allow entry.
Please note that tickets are transferable but not refundable.
Ticket sales end at 12 noon Friday 2nd November.
Both Ant Lib Weekender venues are located within a short walk of Chalk Farm tube station, on the border of Camden and Kentish Town in north-west London. The local area is particularly well known for its vibrant night life, wealth of alternative shops, famous pubs & bars, and legendary live music circuit.
Travelling by tube: Chalk Farm tube station is served by the Northern line (Edgware branch), is just a couple of minutes walk from the Fiddler's Elbow, and opposite the Camden Lock Hotel and the Enterprise.
Travelling by bus: Chalk Farm Road / Camden High Street is well served by buses from Euston / King's Cross in the south, Hampstead and Islington in the north, and Baker Street & Marylebone in the west. Click here for daytime bus services and here for night buses from / to the Chalk Farm and Camden area.
Please check your route before travelling as essential maintenance work is often carried out at weekends which may seriously affect your journey on the tube. For further information on planning your journey to the Ant Lib Weekender 2012, visit the Transport for London website.
We look forward to welcoming you in November!
The Ant Lib Weekender Team
Last updated: 1 November 2012