Klaxons to headline new festival OxfordOxford

Katy B, Gaz Coombes and unsigned BBC Introducing talent also set for September event

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Klaxons have been named as headliners of new festival OxfordOxford, which takes place at Oxford’s South Park on September 27.

Katy B, Gaz Coombes and Tunng are also on the bill. It will feature local artists Flights Of Helios, Balloon Ascents and Robot Swans as part of the festival’s association with BBC Introducing.

As well as the music day, OxfordOxford has a cinema theme on September 26 and a community day on September 28. The cinema day will show Top Gun, Alice In Wonderland and The Goonies plus singalong screenings of Grease and Dirty Dancing.

Information and ticket details of the festival are here. It’s the first major music event at South Park since Radiohead played a homecoming show there in 2001.

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