The Electric Ballroom is one of the most favourite locations in London. The venue opened its doors 73 years ago and welcomed plenty of the best names in metal, indie and, most of all rock performers on its stage. With its 1100 people seating capacity, it has been a host to the numerous world-class performers such as Garbage, Ashcroft, Miles Cane, Blur, Public Enemy
, Red Hot Chili Peppers
, The Smiths, Joy Division, The Boomtown Rats, Prince, Phil Lynott, The Clash and many others.
The London Electric Ballroom is easily accessible by car, bus, tube and train.
By train and tube: if you choose to take the tube, the Camden Station (Northern Line) would be just a few steps from the Electric Ballroom. If you decide to take the train to get to the venue, Camden Road Station would be the nearest station.
By car: the venue is located at 184 Camden High Street, and your route will depend on the departure point.
International: if you want to get to Electric Ballroom as soon as you arrived at Heathrow Airport, you can hop on a Piccadilly Line of the tube and switch to the Northern Line at Leicester Square Station. You will need to get off at Camden Town station, and you will see the Electric Ballroom right in front of you.
The Electric Ballroom does not have its own parking, but there are several public parking lots available in the area. Most of them feature additional spots for Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The staff at the front door will provide help to wheelchair people to a lifted platform. Guests will also be directed to a toilet for disabled people and lowered counter bar area with a ramp, where they can be served easier. The venue administration encourages the guests to contact them in case special accommodation is needed.