Marking the 20th year of festival at brewery
A music festival is celebrating being in its 20th year is coming to Hook Norton.
Music at the Crossroads takes place in the brewery and provides entertainment raising money for local and national charities.
It takes place on Friday June 24 and Saturday June 25 with 14 acts performing across the two days playing a wide range of acoustic blues, folk and rock.
On the first night from 7.30pm to 11pm, there will be music from acoustic performers Charlie Leavy and Jesse Walton.
It will be topped off by dirtyjACkDC an amazing AC-DC cover band from Banbury.
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On Friday night only there is a special prize draw, for just £1 to win a chance to brew your own beer at Hook Norton Brewery!
From 1.30pm to 11.30pm, some acts new to Banburyshire will be on the bill alongside some well-known names on the local music scene.
They have a mix of acts performing original new music and cover-bands.
Linus and Lucy, Linda Watkins Band, Ged Wilson, The Ravens and The Cold Heart Revue have been lined up for the event.
The Jolly Rogers, Folklaw, Tess of the Circle, Nova Kicks, The Bronsons and The Norton Commandos are the other acts performing.
The event will raise funds for Bloodwise, Air Ambulance, Fire Fighters Charity and a host of local organisations.
More than £90,000 has been donated and organisers hope to raise more than £100k or more this year.
There is also a wide range of beers, food, refreshments and entertainment for the entire family over the course of the two days.
Tickets are on sale in the Village Shop, The Sun, The Brewery VC, at Jaffe &Neale in Chipping Norton.
Alternatively they can be bought by visiting www.hookymusic.co.uk.
The cost is £5 for all tickets on the Friday night and then £10 for adults on the Saturday, £5 for children aged from 11 to 17 and free for children under the age of 11.
Check out details of all the bands onthe website where more information can be found. More frequent updates can be found by searching the brewery on Facebook.