The end of October will see Oxfam’s music festival return with one of its most diverse line-ups yet. It’s set to be the seventh annual Oxjam, with the festivities taking the form of a four-night series of gigs.
The latest series will see the festival move away from Oxfam shop floors and into East London’s Shoreditch and there’s no shortage of acts for those who are electronically inclined. Highlights include headline sets from the genre-swathing 2manydjs, as well as Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs going b2b with Skream to bring you a variety of disco-infused treats. If that wasn’t enough, there’s a variety of other artists on the bill, including Eliza Doolittle, Zero 7 and New Young Pony Club.
There should be something for everyone on the line-up, so be sure to take a look here. The gigs are taking place from October 23-26, with tickets available now here. And, of course, it’s all for a good cause.
Having begun life in 2006, Oxjam has now seen over 1 million people attend a gig, helping raise over £2 million towards vital humanitarian work. Every year, every penny counts. Please visit Oxfam’s donation page to find out more about how you can help in the fight against poverty.