Banbury’s Olde Reine Deer Inn will host its second DeerJam music festival June 2 and 3.
For the second year running the Parsons Street inn will be showcasing local live acts during its two day DeerJam music festival.
Raising money for the Horton Hospital Radio and the Katharine House Hospice the event will feature nine bands in total.
Friday, June 3, will offer an acoustic set from Gareth Gwynn and Acoustic Journey starting at 8pm.
Saturday, June 4, will see the newly refurbished garden terrace come alive with music. Kicking things off at 12.30pm will be Stevie Cooper and Lindsay May. They will be followed by Bushfield Smith, Stuart Layzell, ‘Til Dawn, Neva Mynd, Mississippi Disc and The SKAletrics.
Inn landlord Jem Morey said: “Last year was such a great success we had to do it again. We managed to raise over £2000 for two local charities and put on a fantastic couple of days of entertainment. Our target this year is to raise more money for Katharine House and Radio Horton.”
He added: “It’s the perfect way to showcase local music, raise some money for great local causes and have some fun at the same time.”