Oxjam Glasgow Festival at Shenanigans (Formerly O'Neills)
Steve Grozier

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Sat 14 October à 18:00/strike>

Shenanigans Glasgow
457 Sauchiehall Street
G2 3LG Glasgow
United Kingdom
Oxjam Glasgow Festival takes over Shenanigans Glasgow 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 Shenanigans:
The Well Happy Band
The Well Happy Band play many feel good gigs around Scotland including performances at MugStock Festival and Eden Festival. With lots of fun, laughs and audience participation The Well Happy Band guarantee to get the crowd going with inspiring and up-beat songs about happiness, love, life, laughter and gratitude. And best of all, you are guaranteed to leave with a smile on your face!
GU Folk Society
Part of the Glasgow University Music Club, the folk music group are a lively and energetic band that play a mixture of traditional and modern folk tunes. The GU Folk Society played at 2016’s Oxjam Glasgow Takeover and we are delighted to have them performing again this year.
Flew The Arrow
Flew the Arrow is singer-songwriter Lee McGilvray. Flew the Arrow is a contemporary folk artist from Ayr. He has been playing many gigs this year such as performances at Live@Troon, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut and Doune The Rabbit Hole, and we’re excited to add Oxjam to that list!
Blair Coron and Band
Blair Coron is a musician and composer from Glasgow. Blair combines classical and ambient influenced piano sounds with folk songs and poetry. Blair regularly plays at Tchai-Ovna House of Tea and has performed at The Glad Cafe and Mono Cafe Bar.
Steve Grozier
Steve Grozier is performing for us again after performing at last year’s Oxjam Glasgow Takeover. Steve’s acoustic driven music is inspired by folk and Americana. Steve Grozier’s new EP ‘A Place We Called Home’ was recently released and we look forward to hear these new songs live at this year’s festival.
Sapienn
Sapienn is a solo acoustic project from singer-songwriter Scott Simpson. Sapienn returns to Oxjam Glasgow Takeover for the 2nd year running. Sapienn is currently recording his first album and we can’t wait to see him open at Shenanigans.
+ more to be announced
Entry with on-the-door donation or with an Oxjam wristband giving you access to all venues, they can be purchased in advance for £12 (+bf) from the ticket link above or £15 when collected from our Wristband Exchange on the day. Buy in advance to avoid disappointment.
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.
Other venues include The Art School, Firewater, Glasgow , Flat 0/1, Lucky Seven Glasgow, The Griffin, The Variety Bar and iCafe Sauchiehall Street
For more info see our main festival event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1403877389705266/
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.
Source: www.facebook.com