Despite our best efforts over the last few weeks to avoid any disruptions to services we’ve had to take the difficult decision to temporarily close Cornerstone Arts Centre and the Nourish café as we need to carry out urgent maintenance work that affects the heating of the building.
January and February are traditionally quiet times for the centre, and we’re hoping to find alternative venues or dates for the events coming up, to keep disruption to a minimum.
We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience and any disappointment following this news, but given the cold weather we’re having, it’s very important to us to make sure we’re looking after the health and well-being of our visitors and staff.
Prices: FREE ENTRY
Beer tokens must be purchased. More information to follow.
Friday 26 Jul 2019 to Sunday 28 Jul 2019
Tags: Special Event, Music
Join us this summer at our annual Beer and Music Festival!
This year our festival is back for it's 10th year, it's going to be bigger than ever and it's even water proof! Whatever the weather, it's going to be awesome!
Andy Robbins - An oxford born singer-songwriter who fits perfectly into the Americana genre with hints of folk, blues & country all incorporated in his sound.
Joe Hicks - Blending pop, blues and folk influences on his guitar Joe Hicks has earned his name as a BBC Introducing Artist.
Adam Barnes - An Oxford-based folk artist and a haunting songwriter. Adam is an honest performer waiting for some more people to take a step back and listen in.
Funkinsteins - Forged from the purest elements in music, this trio have crafted a truly original master sound. Blending funky dance music with sprinkles of rock.
Soulstrutters - a professional musician collective who love nothing more than performing specially handpicked songs from the golden era of funk, soul, disco and rare groove.
Eric Walker - A contemporary-country musician whose vocal influences hail from dance music to the gentle folk sounds of Vance Joy.
Leon Williams - A soulful singer and acoustic guitarist hailing from South Wales, who plays an eclectic mix of pop/rock/indie covers and original songs.
Sol Samba - A community group based in Oxford with an aim to inspire people by the powre of authentic Brazilian carnival music and dance.
Jodi Liz - A delightful singer-songwriter who plays piano, guitar and ukelele.
Josie And The Outlaw - Rock and Rollw and a whole lot of butt kicking soul.
Flights of Helios - A post-rock psychedelic folk band based in Oxford with musical cues from modern-day explorers like The National through to classic pioneers like Pink Floyd.
Tiger Mendoza - His live shows are a shapeshifting beast, based around massive breaks, bass and, more than anything else, energy.
Dubwiser - The Harlem Globetrotters of the Oxford scene. Jonas has been described as a local Rasta legen by Nightshift Magazine.
Tom Lucas - Wallingford singer/songwriter with influences ranging from the melancholic to mildly euphoric.
Eddie George - His sound is a blend of pop and indie rock with elements of rap/grime.
Gray Barlow - With a stand-up drum-kit and eleven string slide guitar, they give you original songs and honest to goodness solid gold sequinned rock'n'roll
(Please be aware that timings and line-up may change slightly coming closer to the date)
STREET FOOD TRUCKS
THE MUSIC BOX - VINYL DJ AND POP UP STORE
PLUS OVER 25 LOCAL BEERS, ALES AND CIDERS!
Friday - 4PM to 11PM.
Saturday - 12PM to 11PM.
Sunday - 12PM to 6PM.
Beer lists will be published to this page nearer to the date of the festival. Please check back for updates.