Caribbean food and acoustic sets from talented musicians will combine in a bid to raise funds for a charity.
The Let’s Play Acoustic Night is to take place at Rock the Atic in Butcher’s Row, Banbury on Wednesday September 2.
Among the performers on the night are Joe Dolman, Rosie Samaras, Tess Jones and Erin Tiger Lilley.
Acoustic Journey and The Skeptics will also be performing on the night which has been organised by Sarah Lilley and Tracey Owen.
Sarah said: “Tracey is a trustee of the Let’s Play project and after a recent house gig at my house she asked if I would help put a line up together for a fundraising acoustic night.
“After a lot of looking at venues, costs and formats we came across Rock The Atic which a new, really cool venue on Butchers Row.
“They don’t open on a Wednesday and Ryan Mold, the owner, was happy to open for us on that night and we could have exclusive use of the venue.
“I then got a really special line of together of acoustic musicians and we are organising a raffle too.”
The music night will be helping some of the most vulnerable youngsters in the local area.
Sarah said: “The Let’s Play Project is a registered charity which specialises in the provision of play and leisure opportunities for disabled young people aged five to 18..
“We believe in equality of opportunity for all. We strive to create a positive and happy inclusive environment where everyone is valued and achievements are celebrated.
“The project provides trained play workers who accompany young people at activities after school and during the school holidays.”
In addition to the live music, there will be a Caribbean barbecue serving top food during the event.
The gig runs from 7.30pm to midnight.
Entrance to the event is for 18 upwards. Tickets are £8 in advance or £10 on the door. They can be booked in advance by calling 07970 545125.
For further details about the event visit www.facebook.com/events/880162952068896/