Jetstream to perform in London at the Fiddler’s Elbow
James Bay at the Fiddler’s Elbow
The Jets take their show on the road and head to Camden to perform at the The Fiddler’s Elbow Camden!
Hot off the back of their debut gig in London at the 100 Club, Jetstream have lined up more dates in the capital for early 2018. Kicking off what will be a mini tour of European capital cities the band will begin in Camden at the Fiddler’s Elbow a venue renowned for its retro vibe and its association with showcasing emerging Uk talent. Most notably in recent times artists such as James Bay, Ed Sheeran, Jake Bugg & George Ezra have all taken to the Fiddler’s stage to perform their music to a London audience.
“We’re very excited to be heading back to London, we hope to be able to perform in the UK more and more so fingers crossed people like what we do. We’re slightly nervous as this will be our first performance right in the centre of the London music scene where the audience have seen so many greats do what they do. Its the capital of music reviews, movers and shakers, A&R, and all things trending so we will do our best to rise to the challenge. Wish us luck!”
Tristan on drums at the 100 Club London. Photo by Eye Candy Photgraphy
Nolan at the 100 Club London. Photo by Eye Candy Photgraphy
Stu at the 100 Club London. Photo by Eye Candy Photgraphy
Justin at the 100 Club London. Photo by Eye Candy Photgraphy
Jetstream newcomer Aaron at the 100 Club London. Photo by Eye Candy Photgraphy
About the Fiddler’s Elbow
The Fiddler’s Elbow is 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) and is just a couple of minutes walk from the Fiddler’s Elbow.
Alternative tube stations within walking distance include Camden High Street (Northern line, 10 minutes walk) and Kentish Town (Northern line, 10 minutes walk).
Travelling by bus: Chalk Farm Road / Camden High Street is well served by buses from Euston in the south, Hampstead and Islington in the north, and Baker Street & Marylebone in the west. The Number 24 bus stop (Hampstead Heath – Pimlico via Trafalgar Square) is situated right outside the venue.