Tickets available for multi-venue charity festival St Albans Oxjam

PUBLISHED: 15:31 10 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:31 10 October 2017




A St Albans charity music festival is expanding this year to become a multi-venue event for the first time.

The majority of the 15 performers announced for Oxjam St Albans so far are local to the city, and all profits will be donated to Oxfam to tackle extreme global poverty.

Gigs are being hosted in three venues this year - The Horn on Victoria Street, the Hare and Hounds on Sopwell Lane, and The Peacock on Hatfield Road.

Acts include The Mighty Orchid King, Healyum, Fuzzwalker, Teeves, Luna Blue, Otis Simpson, Becky Phillips, Connor Wells, Ellen Barrow, and GetChoo, and more musicians are still being announced on social media.

Tickets allow access to all three venues on October 29, and are £9.

Organisers are also looking for volunteers to help run the event, email

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