Banburyshire summer gig Music at the Crossroads is set for a sensational return in 2021

Music at the Crossroads, the Hook Norton festival, is making plans to stage the return of the ever-popular summer event with From the Jam headlining.

Monday, 5th April 2021, 1:51 pm
Updated Monday, 5th April 2021, 1:54 pm
The legendary Jam bass player Bruce Foxton is sure to thrill the audience with his thumping base lines at Music at the Crossroads

The charity event is set to take place over the first weekend in July and all profits raised will go to local organisations and national charities including Bloodwise.

A full weekend of post-lockdown outdoor enjoyment is planned and here’s what is on offer: Friday night, 2nd July from 7pm-11pm there will be a mix of cover bands and original acts to get everyone in the spirit.

On Saturday, July 3 there will be live music from 1.30pm-11.45pm with From the Jam headlining. A Sunday ‘chill’ session has been added for the first time and is included in the weekend ticket price. The bar will be open and visitors can relax and enjoy more live music between 11am - 4pm.

Russell Hastings will be fronting From the Jam at the Music at the Crossroads gig in July

[email protected] 2020 was cancelled due to the pandemic so any tickets purchased for last year will remain valid for 2021. And naturally this year too, everything is dependent on the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions staying on track.

The event will only proceed once the organisers are confident that the necessary government requirements can be met, as the safety of those attending as well as the organisers, suppliers and acts, is a priority.

A strong demand for tickets is anticipated this year and coupled with the likelihood of reduced numbers being necessary to comply with Covid-19 restrictions, the organisation is advising regulars to secure their tickets now. To purchase tickets visit www.hookymusic.co.uk. If cancellation is forced due to Covid-19, then full refunds will be offered or the option to transfer to a rescheduled date.