local info ... and so much more

The Music Mix festival is back by public demand after a stunning first-ever festival last year.

Five great local bands for Banbury town centre music festival.

Banbury’s second-ever town centre music festival will be live and loud as thousands of fans pack the Market Place for a night of rock, reggae, ska and pop.

Five great local bands will take the stage from 6pm ‘til late on Friday 26 July to entertain the crowds with great music.

Organised by Banbury Town Council in partnership with community internet radio station Banbury FM, the event will be free-to-enter and guaranteed to please.

The Music Mix festival is back by public demand after a stunning first-ever festival last year.

Food and drink stalls will provide on-site refreshments while town centre pubs, clubs, and restaurants will open as usual.

Five great local bands will take the stage from 6pm ‘til late on Friday 26 July to entertain the crowds with great music.

Starting the show will be guitarist/vocalist Leigh Chambers who will perform covers of 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s hits.

Next up will be Cold Blue Daze – a 4-piece band that plays rock, classic rock and alternative music. The group is influenced by ZZ Top, Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon and others.

Three-piece band BushFieldSmith will play acoustic originals and covers with a reggae flavour.

Oxford group Seven O’Clock Junkies will perform rock/pop originals and covers of anything from REM to Elvis Costello.

Last on stage will be The Meanies, a soul, motown, ska and 60’s classics band who are firm favourites with Banbury-area audiences.

Town mayor John Colegrave said:

“Last year’s Music Mix was a huge success and this year could be even better. There’s a great line-up of bands and no-one should go home disappointed. It will be another fabulous free event for townspeople.”

Banbury BID is supporting the event and BID manager Jo Holland, said:

“We’re proud to be supporting Banbury Music Mix. Live music events like this are fabulous ways of bringing together the local community and supporting our night-time economy.”

Like this? Help spread the word…

Share This:


Local recommended businesses you may find useful.


Mobile Phone Suppliers / Repairs in Banbury.

Known as the local expert. iPhixx are repair specialists when it comes to your iPhones, iPads, iPods, Huawei, Samsung and Google devices.

Phone: 01295 533655. Web: iphixx.co.uk

Address with Google map: 6 South Bar Street, Banbury OX16 9AA

 iPhixx are repair specialists when it comes to your iPhones, iPads, iPods, Huawei, Samsung and Google devices.

 


Multi Award winning Reg’s catering.

Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten Free Options.

Scores 5 on the Food Standards Agency rating scheme.

Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten Free Options.

And you’ll find them at 3 Thorpe Way, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 4SP

Email: 

Tel: 07875 132741 or 07727 042451

Webwww.regscateringbanbury.co.uk

 


The Art Framing Workshop.

– art / photograph / memorabilia framed perfectly. 

Fine Art Printing Service.

– photographic prints, posters and banners. for fast, easy large-format printing.

The Art Framing Workshop – art / photograph / memorabilia framed perfectly. 

Address: 38 Parson’s St, Banbury OX16 5NA

Phone: 07846 965578

Web: www.theartframingworkshop.co.uk/

 


Need to hire a vehicle in a hurry with competitive rates – no deposits?

Banbury Van and Car Hire stock cars and vans of all sizes for whatever you need to carry.

Contact our friendly professional team for assistance in choosing the right vehicle for your requirements.

Email:

Tel: 01295 256555 or 07888 747323

Web: www.banburyvanandcarhire.co.uk

Address:
Overthorpe Industrial Estate
Thorpe Way
Banbury OX16 4SP

Banbury Van and Car Hire, YOUR independent family van and car

 


The community and news site for Banbury and Banburyshire.

Whether you live, work or just love the Banbury area known as Banburyshire, our Facebook group is for you. A community that gives you the best of local in one place.

Banburyshire Info provides a comprehensive resource for residents, businesses, and visitors to the Banburyshire area.

Share This:

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.