MUSIC fans for Mansfield and beyond are set to descend on the town tomorrow (Saturday) for Oxjam Mansfield Takeover.
Bands and artists will be performing at venues across the town raise money for Oxfam to support their work of fighting poverty around the world.
It is part of the national Oxjam month of music, which runs throughout October.
Oxjam takes place at The Intake, Bowl in Hand, Victoria Hotel, The Ram, MyPlace at The Folk House (under 18s) and town centre.
Show your wristband on a Stagecoach Mansfield Miller bus to get a free ride from the bus station to the Intake from bay 12.
Wristbands can be purchased from www.oxjammansfield.co.uk and at Music Scene, Forever Young Fancy Dress and The Shabby Hut in the town centre. Wrist bands are £6 adult and £3 for under-18s which gives access to all performances throughout the day.
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Here is your full guide to what’s on during the festival.
The Ram (rock/indie/alt-rock): 2pm - 7pm
Fresh Eyes for the Dead Guy
Disturbing the Depths
Bowl in Hand (acoustic/folk) 1pm - 7pm
The Victoria Hotel (covers bands) 2pm - 7.30pm
Graham’s Got Friends
MyPlace @ The Folk House (under 18s) 4.30pm - 10pm
The Nature of Reality
The Intake: 5pm – 1am
James Powell (DJ set)
White Noise Coalition
The Hyena Kill
The Jar Family
Roger the Mascot
Steve and the Raise
Town centre entertainment: 11am – 4pm
Local musicians will be performing in the market square.
A brass band and singing group performing near the Library
Stilt walkers and face painters
Performances of ‘Stinxville’ from the Arletty Theatre group; a promenade panto with singing, dancing, puttery and cake.