London’s beloved indie-rock day out Community, has today announced a special one-day ‘Community Presents:’ show with two massive headliners Two Door Cinema Club and everyone’s favourite marsupials The Wombats – taking place at London’s Crystal Palace Park on Friday 07 July. The special outdoor gig will also feature modern genre torchbearers The Vaccines, the fast-rising Sea Girls and alt-pop star in the making Baby Queen. Get ready to sing along to the biggest anthems and dance the night away, at the sunny indie-rock party this summer at Crystal Palace Park. Tickets go on general sale from 10:00AM on Friday 25 February from


Two Door Cinema Club have captured teenage hearts and minds with catchy riffs and propulsive hooks since their acclaimed multi-platinum debut LP, ‘Tourist History’ cemented their presence as stalwarts in the British Indie scene. The Northern Irish three piece continue to evolve and shape the future of British indie with their wonderfully expansive sound, as seen in their most recent and third UK Top 5 hit album, ‘False Alarm’, maintaining their status as one of the UK’s most exciting live bands with a trick bag of anthems.

Two Door Cinema Club said: “We’re very happy to be back playing in London and particularly excited that guitar music is alive and well. Party on!”


Fan favourites The Wombats’ outstanding longevity is built upon punchy, danceable guitar tunes, prolific touring and indie anthems. In 2023, the Liverpool trio have never been bigger, with their recent success buoyed by their first number one album Fix Yourself, Not The World and an upcoming reissue of the breakout album A Guide To Love Loss & Desperation out in April featuring genre-defining  classics ‘Let’s Dance to Joy Division’‘Kill the Director’ and ‘Moving To New York’.

The Wombats said: “We’re so excited to be heading to Crystal Palace Park this July, to play with an amazing line up of friends! Can’t wait to welcome everyone to the party in true Wombats style!!”


The Vaccines have sold over two million records worldwide, cementing their position as torch-carriers for British guitar music in the modern era. Their latest album ‘Back In Love City’ follows the tenth anniversary celebrations of their seminal debut, ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?’ which first catapulted the band into the modern rock and roll canon. Each of their four albums so far have charted in the Top 5 in the UK, with second album, Come Of Age, hitting #1. Multiple Brit, NME, Q, Mojo awards nominees, they have a fierce live reputation forged through arena-filling headline shows and unforgettable slots at festivals.

London-based indie four-piece Sea Girls are riding high following the release of stunning sophomore album Homesick on Polydor and off the back of their biggest headline shows to date with `The Hometown Tour’ which includes truly special night at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Sea Girls said: “Can’t think of a better line-up of Indie legends to play with this summer!”


Baby Queen has been dubbed a voice for the underdog generation and one of the most exciting new artists to emerge in recent times. Known for her sharp lyrical narratives, her songs candidly document experiences and explore themes that resonate with her die-hard fanbase, The Baby Kingdom, which is seeing a huge surge in new members. Baby Queen recently released her new single ‘Lazy’, the ultimate Gen-Z slacker anthem.

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