welcome to Crouch End Festival

Here’s a video from 2015, to give you an idea of our fabulous festival…

Friday 9th

Jazz and other events around Crouch End

Saturday 10th

OPENING CEREMONY: 10.30am
Town Hall Green: Craft Market
Schools Day
Big Screen Film at Town Hall Green 

Sunday 11th

Town Hall Green: Food Market
Music Day: bands on at the Outdoor Stage, Town Hall Green

Monday to Friday

Events all over Crouch End

Saturday 17th

La Clave Latin Day

Sunday 18th

Family Day
Wellness Festival

The festival takes place around Crouch End. Across the road from the Clock Tower is the main festival hub – Hornsey Town Hall, where we hold many of the events. There are art shows in both PLY gallery in Hornsey Town Hall, and in Hornsey Library (upstairs in the Original Gallery).

Crouch End Festival doesn’t just happen in the main square though. Check out the small, independent coffee shops, bars, restaurants and shops which host music, kids’ theatre, yoga, poetry readings… you name it. Oh and… back by popular demand is Red Herring, the festival’s compulsive Treasure Hunt game, which will have you tearing around Crouch End looking in all the shop windows for something that doesn’t look quite right…

Getting here

Train & Bus:
Finsbury Park Tube Station, then W7 bus.
Archway: 41 bus.
Turnpike Lane: 41 bus.
Hornsey Station (2 stops from Finsbury Park or swop from Victoria Line): 41 bus.
Trafalgar Square, Euston, Kings X: 91 bus.

planning your day

There’s a Day by Day section on the site. You can search by type of event, venue and by day and time.

We distribute Crouch End Festival programmes in early June, containing a handy map and a daily programme of events. Always check the website for extra events and last-minute additions. Check our site regularly, as new events tend to be uploaded on a daily basis, and please sign up to our Twitter account.

Have a great time – and please send us your photos and links to any videos you’d like to share. #crouchendfest

explore and discover!

Events and exhibitions can happen in some of the oddest places – we even held an art show in a butcher’s shop. Many pubs and cafes host live music. It’s mostly free

Because it’s a not-for-profit community arts festival, now the UK’s biggest, most events are free (some are ticketed to cover cost). So do please be generous and make a donation when you can as we rely on sponsorship and donations from locals and all our festival team are volunteers.

Event Map

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