Oxjam Edinburgh Takeover 2017 brings some of Edinburgh's most exciting live acts to the Old Town on 14th October.
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About Oxjam Edinburgh Takeover 2017
Oxjam Edinburgh Takeover brings you some of Edinburgh's most exciting live acts at our inner-city music festival. Your ticket gives you complete access across four venues around Old Town and over 15 acts from Edinburgh's music scene.
Every single penny we raise goes to support Oxfam's Emergency Fund, which provides clean drinking water and sanitation to communities hit by disaster. Now in its eleventh year, Oxjam Music Festival has raised over £2.5 million to help eradicate poverty. Our goal for 2017 is to add another £4,000 to that number!
All of our acts are performing at one of four venues across Edinburgh's Cowgate and Grassmarket.
Tickets are only £10 - get them from Eventbrite:
Grassmarket Outdoor Stage (12pm to 4pm)
acoustic sounds and mellow moods
Sapphire Notion (12pm - 12:30pm)
Matt Stubbs Music (12:45pm - 1:15pm)
Samuel Escher (1:30pm - 2pm)
Sam Morris (The Social Order) (2:15pm - 3pm)
Andrew Nicol (3:15pm - 4:00pm)
Sneaky Pete's (7pm to 10pm)
riot grrl, country grunge, psych and alternative rock
Lou Mclean Music (7:15pm - 7:45pm)
The Rhemedies (8pm - 8:30pm)
Betty & The Bass (8:45pm - 9:15pm)
The Rich (9:30pm - 10pm)
Opium - Alternative Club & Bar (8pm to 11pm)
psychedelic, pop noir and some good ol' bluesy rock
The Dirty Lies (8pm - 8:45pm)
DMS (9pm - 9:45pm)
Ghost Dance Collective (10pm - 11pm)
The Mash House (Upstairs) (4pm - 10pm)
electronica, beatboxing, folksy blues and awesome looping
SCEViP (4pm - 4:45pm)
Van Tastik (5pm - 5:45pm)
Hostel Freaks (6pm - 6:45pm)
Hollerin' Franklin (7pm - 7:45pm)
DJ Koala Tea? (9pm - 9:45pm)
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