Musicians get stuck into jam across weekend
MUSICIANS will be taking over venues across Cheltenham on Saturday to raise money for Oxfam.
The multi-venue event will see more than 50 Gloucestershire musicians take the stage across six different venues.
Bands and artists including The Lion, Welcome to Marathon and Stress Echoes will play The Railway, The Vine, The 2 Pigs, The Frog and Fiddle and The Exmouth Arms.
The event, organised by volunteers to support the county music scene and help charity, is being hosted by BBC Introducing.
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In its first year in 2011, the Oxjam Takeover Cheltenham event raised more than £2,500 and organisers hope it will be even bigger this year.
Since 2006, more than 45,000 musicians have played to an audience of over 900,000 people in the UK, raising in excess of £1.75 million to fight poverty.
For tickets, visit www.wegottickets.com/oxjam.