About

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AAA @ Dragon Discs, Camden Town: 1999 – 2000

Access All Areas is a primary ticket agency set up in 1999 to promote and sell tickets for UK parties and festivals across Europe as well as act as a hub for the London party scene.

From April 2018 AAA will primarily be an online resource as we ditch our Camden office after 12 happy years and head into the ether with the launch of our new website, however, we will still be contactable via email and over the phone during office hours (Tues-Sat 12pm-7pm).

With our new found freedom we hope to get to a few more parties with the aim of spending more timeĀ  supporting and promoting events while immersing ourselves in the scene we’ve been part of for so long.

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We remain committed to providing a friendly, personal and ethical service to both promoters and ticket-buyers alike offering a secure, helpful and understanding environment to purchase tickets with a full refund and cancellation policy offered on all* purchases while event organisers can take advantage of our one-stop shop for promotion and ticket sales.

And while we embrace modern technology we still employ the old; including humans you can speak to during office hours to discuss your needs and get help with any problems should they arise.

To keep up to date with party listings please visit and like our Facebook page or sign-up to our monthly newsletter at the top of the sidebar.

A little background

Over the decades we have built up a rich history supporting, promoting and partying with those who have contributed so much to our scene.

Kentish Town Premises 2001 - 2005
Kentish Town Premises 2001 – 2005

Since starting out as an information stall and social hub at London parties in 1993, we have grown into a primary resource for psy-trance and techno events, but also support community-minded sound-systems, activists and creatives of various stripes that bring wisdom, love and magic to our streets.

As time flies by and with the birth of our new website we felt it was time to begin documenting our colourful history and hopefully contribute to what we hope will become a public record and archive.

We will be including pictures from parties and festivals we have worked at and a timeline of our journey from a simple stall to large marquees, a record store and an office as well as the stories, characters and hiccups along the way that make up our shared history. Check out AAA History for more, although bear in mind it’s very much a work in progress :o) And please feel to send us any relevant stories and anecdotes you have.

*Except on the rare occasion where a promoter prevents us from doing so.