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Rambling Rosh has just begun at The Hop Pole and is drawing in the Oxjammers!
An Oxjam first? Marc Block brings his 2 boys on for an epic rendition of 'Stand By Me' #Oxjam #OxjamBeeston
Foreign Accent at the Hop Pole. They're amazing, come see their second set at 7.20pm!
The Unreliables playing at the Bean
You Want Fox rock the Crown!
Lovely trad folk music at the Middle Street Resource Centre with Julie and Alisa Russell. What a warm atmosphere at the Centre.
Full house at The Pottle of Blues watching Calm Man Club
Marc Block's drawn in a hefty crowd to The Star Inn. With music as lively as his t-shirt, we're in for quite the treat for the next half an hour. His two boys-come-sound-check-maestros are VIP's for the evening as well #Oxjam #OxjamBeeston
Dave the sound guy
Getting really full at the star
Fata Morgana from the middle ages
Crowds enjoying Pop Orchestra - currently live at The Hop Pole.
Last artist on and all going to plan
Oxjam for families and children
We've been asked if children were welcome to Oxjam, and we're happy to tell you that it is mostly a child-friendly festival!
There are some restrictions that depend on venues' own licensing policies. We've tried to enquire about these policies were and we are giving you the information below to the best of our knowledge.
Daytime concerts (i.e. until 6pm, where wristbands aren't required) are open children of all ages.
In the evening, the British Legion welcomes children of all ages, while The Star, The White Lion and The Bar (with its two stages) welcome teenagers aged 14 and over when accompanied by an adult.