added: 22 Sep 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Oxjam Shepherd's Bush music festival takes place Saturday 12th October across 4 key venues with a day of music and performances from over 40 new and emerging acts.
Part of Oxfam's nationwide music festival the event aims to raise money for charity with all proceeds from ticket sales going directly to support Oxfam's work to eradicate global poverty.
Taking over Bush Theatre, The Defector's Weld, Belushi's and The Green the festival will host a diverse range of up and coming musical talent with additional festivities including stand-up comedy, street food vendors, fundraising games and prizes. A full line-up is to be announced shortly.
Zanna Clarke, festival manager said: 'The festival is about bringing people together to enjoy new and exciting musical talent whilst raising as much money as possible for charity.
Not only does the £10 ticket price gain access to a day packed full of entertainment but it's also a life-changing gift that goes around the world to fight poverty - and could end up providing safe drinking water for 10 people or feeding a family after a crisis, for instance. We think that when people realise this they will be excited and thoroughly proud to be part of the event'
Doors open from 12pm to 12am and entry is for over 18s only. Standard tickets cost £10 with a limited stock of Early Bird tickets priced at £6.
To find our more or to buy tickets visit www.oxjamshepherdsbush.com or follow them on twitter @ Oxjam_ShepBush
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