CiB has pipped me to the post with this one, but the more promotion for such a worthwhile cause the better…
Oxjam is coming to Birmingham! On Saturday 24th October, venues across the city will be hosting performances by numerous bands all to raise money for Oxfam in order to tackle poverty all over the world. It will help people earn a living; get an education; gain better access to health care and fresh water; and to grow more food. Every pound you raise counts.
Tickets are available for Oxjam Brum now. You can buy them here for the amazing sum of £6.
I will be posting a bigger article about the day itself soon, but there are a few fringe events coming up that will give a taste of what’s in store:
Friday 16th October – OXJAM at START THE HOURGLASS PRESENTS – The Flapper.
Maybeshewill + Cats & Cats & Cats + IO and Start The Hourglass
8 til late Doors at 7.30pm. £5adv, £7 on the door. Advance tickets are available here.
Saturday 17th October – OXJAM at 24 CARROTS
Outside the Big Peg, Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter. 10-4pm
The Jewellery Quarter’s Farmer’s Market joins forces with Oxjam Brum to present a live acoustic soundtrack to your shopping experience.