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We are looking to recruit volunteers who are passionate about fundraising and supporting the music scene in our great city:
The best festivals can only be run with the help of amazing people, all of whom play will a big part in ensuring the October Takeover festival runs smoothly, raises loads of money and all of this for a really good cause. You’ll receive training from industry professionals and meet lots of like-minded people in the process.
We are also looking for volunteer venue managers, street teams, sound engineers, social media & marketers and many more, so if you think you’d like to be involved in some way – no matter how small – we’d love to hear from you.
OxjamBrum is gaining quite a reputation for gigs with a difference. Remember the bus? Well this year we are going one better – an evening of music and entertainment on a barge.
Come and join us as we navigate Brum’s canals starting at the mooring opposite the Canalside Café and travelling along Birmingham’s waterways. We will be making stops and collecting artists along the way.
Tickets are £15 which includes a pre-sail BBQ. Starting at 5pm and finishing back in Brum city centre at 9pm.
We are keeping our wonderful artists under wraps for the moment. However, you can expect the finest local musicians, once in a lifetime performances and a host with the most! Tickets are limited and we expect to sell out pretty quickly. All profits to Oxfam.
Check out the barge: www.centralboatparties.co.uk
Last year’s No11 Bus Gig: www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5Do4F0SWbw
After the amazing success of the festival last year, things are starting to get really busy again here at OxjamBrum HQ. We’re currently concocting a series of gigs and live events in and around the city which will make your mouth water with excitement, so keep your eyes peeled for some acoustic sets and special appearances from some of the best artists in the Midlands. We’ll also be showing up at some of Birmingham’s other fave music shindigs, with lots of merchandise and goodies to raffle off, all in the name of the fight against global poverty.
In the meantime, we’re still on the lookout for volunteers, artists and venues who would like to be involved. So if you’d like to get in touch, please give us a heads up via the usual methods. You can contact us via the website here, through twitter @oxjambrum and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/oxjambrum.
Check back for lots more updates soon
the OxjamBrum team x