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THE GREAT FISHES FESTIVAL – 18th JULY

To make the most out of our amazing pub garden, this summer sees the first ever Great Fishes Festival! This day of music, drinks and delicious food will be taking place on July 18th and kicks off from at 12pm.

Like any good festival we have a great line up of fantastic artists who will be playing live music throughout the day on the Fishes “Main Stage”. Confirmed acts so far include…

The Lewis Brothers 

Fishes- The Lewis Brothers

The Lewis Brothers, a dynamic three-piece covers band, play a wide range of music from classics by artists such as Bob Marley, Whitney Houston and Sting, right through to contemporary pop songs by the likes of Rihanna, Bastille and Oasis.

Some of you may remember them playing for us in our newly refurbished Tipi

April Maze

The April Maze delicately fuse a haunting melancholy sound with dreamy tripped-out harmonies, lyrical cello, banjo, guitar and sultry vocals. Their musical roamings have seen them play over 50 festivals, 30 folk clubs and 950 shows in conjunction with the release of three EPs and three albums.

Fishes- April Meze

 

Extra additions to the line up will be announced over the coming weeks, so keep an eye on our Facebook page for all the latest updates.

As well as keeping you entertained, we have also pulled out all the stops to ensure you’re fed and watered throughout the day:

Cheese & Wine bar

Seafood & Champagne bar

Ultimate Aubrey Allen BBQ

Picnic Baskets

Ice Cream stand

Pimms tent

Gin bar

Epic Mojito bar

We can guarantee you won’t go hungry (or thirsty!)

Advance adult tickets cost £10.00 or can be bought for £15 on the day. Tickets include two samples from any of our drink stands. Kids come free!

To book, buy tickets online, or pop into the pub and pick up a ticket from behind the bar. **If you book online, please remember to bring a copy of your online booking confirmation with you on the day to get your samples.**

Have a read about what’s on offer at the event and how we put it all together in this week’s Oxford Times.

Make sure you don’t miss this epic summer festival.

Written by Peach People

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