Music At The Farm Oxfordshire
Date and time: 12/09/2020, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Oxfordshire’s first socially distancing drive-in music festival, to be held at the foot of the beautiful Chiltern Hills in Chinnor. All proceeds to go to the NHS.
Come down for a terrific evening of music and fun!
Location: 39a High Street , Chinnor
The three main bands are :
Kioko – fresh from supporting UB40 on the UK tour, this Reggae/pop band from Birmingham has lit up the stage at Glastonbury and their use of close harmonies and hard rhythm captivates every audience they play to, and their electric stage presence and performances will last long in your memories
Dung Beatles – Described by The British Beatles Fan club as “definitely not your average Beatles band”, since 2013 The Dung Beatles have carved out a unique reputation for performing the music of The Beatles with authenticity, passion and raw energy to sell-out audiences around the UK
Papamengo – ‘The ultimate function band made up of experienced high-class musicians delivering sweet soul, funk and Motown music. This bands ‘musical heritage is built on two solid foundations – its cultural diversity and its fundamental belief that nothing should get in the way of a party’
We want everyone to have fun but to stay safe so we have some simple guidelines:
Please have a passenger in the car holding up your tickets as you approach the entrance. This will prevent congestion on entry
This is a drive-in event and you can bring your own food and drink. If you bring alcohol, please have a nominated driver
There will be a space for every car plus an extra space which will be your ‘designated area’. Bring chairs and sit in it, eat, drink, dance, sing and have fun in it!
Please stay in your designated space unless you need to use the toilet facilities
If you need to use toilet facilities, please go there directly and head back to you designated space. There will be plenty of hand sanitiser before and after the facilities are used
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