Oxjam Islington celebrates it's 7th year this year. Following last year's record breaker, we'll be celebrating this lucky one with over 100 bands across 10 venues. So join us for a full day (and night!) of live entertainment.
Here are just a few of the brilliant acts taking part; with many many more to be announced: Maps, Sam & The Womp (DJ set) Alice Pisano, Gemma Rogers, Ether, Jol Rose, Betty Steels, Calmcarl, Katalina Kicks, Adam K, Graham Jones, Halfpenny Pass, I Am Aquitaine, Lescines, Robert J Hunter Band, Stu Crane, Matthew Dear, Patti Page, Piano Jam, Russell Swallow, Winnie & The Rockettes, Deep City Diver, Zara, The Amber Bugs, The Yes Mess, Voxjam, Wicked Splinters, Argonaut, Shaun Buswell, Candice & the Crows, Cornelis, Emma & The Fragments, The Diomedes, Plastic Barricades, Brunk, Jay Fraser, Johnny Bee, KIX Jazz Orchestra, Liv Austen, LOCKS, Mimi, Pearl Divine, Lanre, Amy Fitz Doyley, Amie Fuller Michael Clift, Panama Dave, Ciaran Dempsey, Cameron Douglas.
Venues taking part include: The Library, Old Queens Head, Wenlock & Essex, Kings, Oxfam Music & Bookshop, Slim Jims, The Kings Head Theatre Pub, The New Rose, Radicals & Victuallers - AND a few tricks up our sleeve!
All funds from ticket sales will go to Oxfam
Venues and line up are subject to change.
Ticket holders under the age of 18 should contact us directly for more information about which venues and acts they'll have access to.
This is a wristbanded event. A wristband allows entry to all venues taking part (If capacity is not reached), on Saturday 14th October only. Tickets bought online will be exchanged for wristbands on the day of the event, at the Oxfam Music & Bookshop 48 Upper Street, London, N1 0PN. Please make sure you bring proof of ticket purchase with you. Tickets do not guarantee entry. When a venue reaches capacity, a one in one out rule will be put in place. We advise to arrive at venues in plenty of time if you have a preference on a certain band. No refunds will be given for not being able to gain entry for capacity being reached.