**Latest News from Green Note **

We’ve now been closed for over a year (since March 2020) due to the pandemic – it’s been a crazy year during which the world as we know it completely changed. However, during this time we ran a popular live stream series “Virtually Green Note”. All in all we broadcast over 100 episodes, featuring over 300 musicians – this really helped us get through this time, and stay connected to our music loving community.

However, we’re now stepping back from these online shows, so that we can concentrate on plans for re-opening our venue – we are pleased to announce that we will be reopening from late June and will kick off with a special hybrid show (live audience + also streamed for anyone who is unable to attend live) on Friday 25th June.

We are also regularly updating our website with new confirmed live shows, so do check out our events page and book your tickets now! And it’s not the end of our live-streaming – we have more plans in the pipeline so stay tuned for updates!

We wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU to you all for your incredible support over the past year – we couldn’t have got through it without you!

We look forward to seeing you soon – either back at the venue, or online if you are not able to make it in person.

Lots of love,

Immy & Risa xx

Winner “Camden Cultural Hotspot 2016”
Love London Awards, Time Out

Winner “Best Music Venue 2017”
Camden Inspire Awards

Winner “Grassroots Award 2019”
UK Americana Awards, AMA-UK




Green Note is an award-winning live music venue and vegetarian café-bar, located in Camden Town, London (less than 5 mins walk from Camden Town tube station).  We are a unique, intimate, independent venue with a cosy vibe and friendly atmosphere. Founded in 2005 by two music-loving friends, we have become known as one of London’s top spots for folk and roots music, hosting gigs every night ranging from folk and blues to roots, world, jazz, country, bluegrass and singer-songwriters. We have a fully-stocked bar and serve a selection of wines, beers and cocktails, organic teas, coffees and fresh juices, as well as a range of vegetarian bar snacks. For more information about buying tickets and/or seating arrangements, please see the FAQ page and for a list of upcoming shows and to book tickets please see our EVENTS page.

“The atmosphere of the Green Note is the best – it’s friendly, warm, and full of bright, thoughtful people who genuinely care about live music!” Anais Mitchell, musician

“Whether it’s as a performer, hosting an evening or just being a member of the audience, the Green Note is my absolute favourite small venue in London. It has such a great atmosphere that if feels like a concert in your own home, complete with a very nice family. All gigs should be like this!”
Ian Anderson, fRoots magazine

“…[has] gained an international reputation for its intimate atmosphere, close-knit community and folksy charm akin to New York’s Greenwich Village scene in the 1960s.” Ham & High

“Green note is simply the best venue in London for an intimate evening of acoustic music. Immy and Risa have created a real haven for musicians and music lovers and it all comes together in a candlelit hub with delicious food and the friendliest atmosphere you could hope for; it’s Camden’s best kept secret…I’m almost loathe to share it!” Lotte Mullan, musician

“With the feel of a 1960’s coffee shop music parlour, the Green Note in Camden is surely one of the shining jewels in London’s musical crown. Priding itself on the intimacy between artiste and audience and for providing a rare outlet for less mainstream acoustic musical styles…” americana-uk.com

“Green Note, which is to London what the Gaslight or Gerde’s once was to New York City” theartsdesk.com

“…if we’re heading north then it’s usually to this gem of a venue. Despite being just five minutes’ walk from Camden Town tube station, Green Note still feels like a hidden treasure. Especially if you get there early enough to sneak a seat in its basement piano bar alongside 40 or so other wised-up souls…” ‘The 10 Best Jazz Clubs In London’, Condé Nast Traveller