Graham Coxon, Hot Chip and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Lucy Rose are set to kick off this year's Oxjam festival with a series of intimate gigs.
The acts will be the curtain raiser for the annual grassroots music festivals which sees volunteers stage gigs for Oxfam throughout October.
Coxon and co will play the charity's shop in East London over a week at the end of the month to get things going for this year's festival. "In all the years of doing gigs, I've never played in a charity shop before! It is a small venue so it will be great to be able to give the fans a really intimate and personal show to kick off Oxjam!" declared the Blur guitarist, while Hot Chip plan to actually take over the shop on the day of the gig, helping out behind the counter.
The full line-up is:
Graham Coxon, Theme Park (acoustic set), plus support (24 September)
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs DJ set, Breach (Aka Ben Westbeech), plus support (25)
Lucy Rose, Kyla La Grange, plus support (26)
Hot Chip & friends including Hot Chip DJ set, The 2 Bears and special guests TBA (27)
Tickets are available from Wegottickets.com/oxjam.
Q is taking part in this year's Oxjam festival producing a special, free digital review of the event - and we need your help. Send your photos and reviews from the gigs across the UK to email@example.com and the best will feature in our special review.
For more in this year's festival and to find an event near you head to Oxfam.org.uk/oxjam.
12:01 AM | 06/09/2012
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