A Fistful of Fandango runs from September 2-6 at 229, Great Portland Street.
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2008 has been the year of the festival, with more and more cropping up all over the country. It's also been one of the worst summers in memory, so if the thought of sleeping in a waterlogged tent and a weekend in wellies don't appeal, why not try one of London's newest musical extravaganzas.
The brainchild of Club Fandango founders Simon Williams and Andy MacLeod, Fistful of Fandango promises to show case some of the best up and coming bands, with 30 bands on two stages...and all in the relative comfort of Great Portland Street's 229.
Those treading the board at the first festival, last year, included Operator Please, Pete and The Pirates, Maps and Mercury Prize nominated British Sea Power.
All have gone to great things and those hitting the stage this time around look set to forge the five night festival a reputation for sourcing out the best fledgling talent.
Williams, the man behind legendary label Fierce Panda, and MacLeod, founder of cult indie base Pointy Records, started Club Fandango back in 2001. A weekly band night at Camden's Dublin Castle, it quickly gathered speed, hosting nights across north London. It has an impressive alumni - The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs and Polyphonic Spree all played some of their first gigs in the capital there.
"I think we were ready for a challenge - that's why we started the festival last year," said MacLeod.
"It's quite fun when all goes according to plan. Some days I wonder though, when agents aren't returning your calls...
"We only had the idea three months before the festival actually happened last year, and in promoter world, booking four nights in an 800 capacity venue is no mean feat. Even Anneka Rise would be impressed! Musically the highlight for me was Eugene McGuiness - he' s a modern day Roddy Frame meets Bob Dylan.
"It's a tough line-up to follow. Was there anyone who didn't answer the phone to them?
"We really wanted Alphabeat and Art Brut but they weren't available, other than that a Smiths reunion gig would be nice!
"The Saturday we've got booked in is probably the line-up of the century. Other than that, in no particular order, the highlights include Tim Ten Yen, Broken Records and Pete Molinari.
"People can expect a colourful and eclectic mix of new music. There's definitely more of a singer/songwriter vibe this year - I'm not sure why this has happened. We're all getting older!
"Some people joked it was turning into a bit of a tweefest - a Limpwrist of Fandango, they joked - but there's still plenty of noise and good old indie schmindie bands. Plus Wednesday is a beats and bleeps night so we've got something to cater for all."
For tickets visit www.clubfandango.co.uk
Fistful of Fandango highlights
Stage one headliners Shout Out Louds
Stage two headliners Glam Chops
Support includes Boy Least Likely To
Stage one headliners Robots In Disguise
Stage two headliners Slagsmalsklubben
Support includes Tim Ten Yen and Kid Carpet
Stage one headliners Fionn Regan
Stage two headliners Lucky Soul
Support includes Cassie and the Cassettes and Pete Molinari
Stage one headliners Air Traffic
Stage two headliners Broken Records
Support includes Ruling Class and Capital
Stage one headliners Camera Obscura
Stage two headliners The Week That Was
Support includes Clientelle, Lawrence Arabia and The Wave Pictures