DJ Annie Mac will be in Manchester this Saturday to play for Oxjam, the UK’s largest grassroots music festival – and a few places are still available.
Born in 2006, Oxjam Music Festival’s multi-venue set up stands strong as a local stalwart, putting small live gig haunts in 37 towns and cities centre stage.
It’s completely organised by passionate volunteers offering the best undiscovered, unsigned and under the radar talent throughout the month of October.
In Manchester, to support the festival DJ Annie Mac will be playing an exclusive set on Saturday 7th October at the Oxfam Emporium shop on Oldham Street.
Many unsigned acts will be performing throughout the month of October, including Ad Hoc Records DJs – Giles B, Moonlight Mile, Lorcan James and others. For the full line up of the Oxjam festival in Manchester go to: http://www.oxjammanchester.com
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