Festival season might feel like a distant memory but autumn means the return of Oxjam, a month of nationwide live music events founded by Oxfam that aim to raise awareness and funds to fight poverty and suffering around the world, all whilst providing a platform for up and coming musicians to showcase their talents.

Oxjam Clapham will take over multiple venues around Clapham High Street on Saturday, November 10 with a dynamic line-up of fresh, emerging talent. Confirmed venues include The Bread & Roses, The Sun and The Railway Tavern.

Local artists JP and Phoebe, Julian Brown, Caswell, Mee And The Band, The Cold Heart Revue and singer-songwriter Lucy May Walker are among the line-up for the one day festival.

Tickets are on sale now and start at £10 and will be exchanged for a wristband to provide access at all participating venues throughout the day. Tickets will also be available to purchase on the day at each venue for £15. Wristband exchange will take place at the The Sun at 2:30pm.

All proceeds raised from the day festival go directly to Oxfam and help support development and the fight against poverty in third-world countries, alongside the vital aid for communities suffering in the aftermath of natural disasters.

For more information and to buy tickets, please visit the website. If you would like to find out more about volunteering for Oxjam Clapham please contact festival manager Dan at dan.oxjamclapham@gmail.com