Oxjam Glasgow Festival takes over The Art School as part of their multi-venue, multi-genre, poverty-fighting music festival all in aid of Oxfam.
Taking over 8 venues across Glasgow City Centre on Saturday 14th October Oxjam Glasgow Festival brings to The Art School:
Five-piece alternative rock band based in Glasgow whose sound is a mix of powerful, soulful vocals with sing along choruses to soaring, melodic lead guitar and rhythm with a punch. After headlining the legandary King Tut's Wah Wah Hut a couple of time we're delighted to have them headline The Art School for Oxjam.
Alternative rock band from Ayrshire whose music draws from a familiar alt-rock sound with pop influenced elements providing a modern edge. After a summer full of gigs inlcuding a perofrmance at MugStock Festival we're ecstatic that they return for their second year performing at Oxjam Glasgow Takeover festival!
4-piece rock 'n' roll band from Glasgow who have played some of the city’s most established grassroots venues including Stereo Cafe Bar, Broadcast and Saint Luke's & The Winged Ox. They return to Oxjam Glasgow Festival fresh from their peformance at Tenement Trail.
Glasgow based 5-piece breed of classic rock, glam and grunge with a controversial twist. The Ronains return to perform at Oxjam Glasgow Festival after their epic performance at our 2016 festival!
Definitely ones to watch!
Entry with an Oxjam wristband, which can be purchased in advance for £12 (+bf) from the ticket link or £15 when collected from our Wristband Exchange on the day. Buy in advance to avoid disappointment.
Other venues include Firewater, Glasgow, Flat 0/1, Lucky Seven Glasgow, The Griffin, The Variety Bar, Shenanigans Glasgow and iCafe Sauchiehall Street.
For more info see our main festival event page:
All venues subject to capacity limitations and entrance is at Oxjam/venue management discretion. If there is a band you want to see, please get to the venue early to avoid disappointment.
All money raised from the festival goes to Oxfam to help them achieve their goal of eradicating world poverty in the next 15 years and our goal this year is to raise £6,000 to help the cause.