Charlbury's Free Music Festival

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Things to do for Little Riversiders

Riverside has plenty of activities going on for your children so they can enjoy the music and have fun as much as you. Let them get creative with clay, glue, stickers and colouring. This year’s Riverside Festival will be welcoming mystical woodland folk, so if you have ever wanted to dress as an elf or fairy, a dryad, nymph, a goblin, troll or gnome, a wicked witch or kindly wizard, now’s your chance. We also have workshops running on the hour every hour, so get comfy on hay bales and unleash your child’s magic.

Saturday and Sunday Workshops Timetable: 

1pm: Saltbox – Group music sessions with popular saltbox music songs, percussion, puppets & props for your little ones. Giggles guaranteed!

2pm: Little Wild Things – Charlbury’s very own community interest company will be bringing the fun from the woods to the Mill Field. They will be making wands and wings for all.

3pm: Biscuit Decorating – The Pre-School will be selling biscuits for your little treasures to decorate with sprinkles, coloured icing and more. Let them get their fingers sticky!

4pm: Drumming workshop with Jenny Grearson – Following the success of last year we now have Jenny to lead the way. Come along and join in the drumming circle, create beats and your own rhythms.

Justgiving

Tom Sharp ran around the festival site on July 21st for two hours to raise money to help out. He’s nearly reached his target, so please support him!

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The evening is upon us but we haven't even got started yet! Next up on that very cool main stage is....The Deadbeat Apostles5-piece soul, blues, rock and roll outfit “infused with a punk spirit that doesn’t trample too hard on the soulful rock’n’roll that is their stock-in-trade”. Angry, political, dressed up to the nines and having a ball. Their songs are a rallying cry for the oppressed and soulful calls for action whilst reminding you why music is your first love. Charlbury Riverside Festival 20/21 JULY 2024#charlbury #charlburyriversidefestival #oxfordshire #oxford #oxfordsmusicscene #oxfordshiremusicscene ... See MoreSee Less
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Final look back at your questions!🚗 Parking can be accessed at the bottom of Pound Hill, on the road to Chipping Norton (Not the cricket ground) - Post code: OX7 3QN.w3w is ///tequila.courier.brimmed - £5 for the day.🐕‍🦺 No dogs allowed except assistance dogs⛺️ No camping available 💵 Make sure to bring spare cash! The EE mast will be out so that may cause network issues.🥤 Reuse your cups!! Make sure to bring them back for some fresh beer and cider!!🍺 Last but not least, please do not bring your own booze. The festival is only free because you use the bar, lets keep it that way!We are SUPER SUPER excited to see you all tomorrow!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Last and most important question!!! HOW DO I GET THERE?By carCharlbury is approximately 15 minutes' drive from either Witney, Chipping Norton, Woodstock or Burford. From Oxford the journey is approximately 30 minutes.Parking can be accessed at the bottom of Pound Hill, on the road to Chipping Norton. (Not the cricket ground!!) Post code: OX7 3QN w3w is ///tequila.courier.brimmed £5 for the dayBy trainCharlbury is on the main London Paddington-Oxford-Worcester-Hereford line with regular hourly trains running in both directions. The journey time from Paddington is less than 1hr 20mins, from Oxford it takes as little as 15mins and from Worcester Shrub Hill the journey time is around an hour. For train times and ticket prices go to Great Western Railway. The festival site is only a few minutes walk from the railway station.By busBus services to Charlbury from Oxford and Woodstock (S3), and Witney and Chipping Norton (X9) are operated by Stagecoach. There are regular hourly services on Saturdays, but no bus service on Sundays.Information for disabled visitorsThe Mill Lane is an unmade track about 130m long. The festival entrance is another 160m along Mill Field. The Mill Field itself is a meadow, and whilst the grass isn't cut 'lawn short', it can be a little bit uneven in places. The festival site is approximately 370m end to end. The terrain is flat, with only some small undulations towards the second stage area, but there are no solid walkways on site. Disabled toilet facilities are provided next to the First Aid tent. Parking is available on site for Blue Badge holders only - you will be guided by a steward from the top of Mill Lane. ... See MoreSee Less
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Charlbury Riverside Festival 20/21 JULY 2024A couple more questions and answers for you all!!💵Please bring cash as well as your card, being prepared is better than being without a beer! 🧋 Have you bought a reusable cup over the years? Keep leaving it at home? Well this is a reminder to get it packed in your bag, ready for the weekend!!!!Charlbury RiversideFestival www.riversidefestival.org#cups #Cash #Charlbury #charlburyriversidefestival #oxfordshire #oxford #oxfordsmusicscene #oxfordshiremusicscene ... See MoreSee Less
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Charlbury Riverside Festival 2024Here is your final line up!!! Remember all weekend there will be...4 stages, free kids area, crafts: Willow weaving, ironwork, stone carving, bushcraft skills, pole lathing. awesome food, brilliant drinks, also: gin! and soooooo much more!!Continue with your sun dances please.For more info visit: www.riversidefestival.org#Charlbury #charlburyriversidefestival #oxfordshire #oxford #oxfordsmusicscene #oxfordshiremusicscene ... See MoreSee Less
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Keep Riverside free

Riverside is a FREE festival organised by a small team of enthusiastic volunteers. The festival is funded entirely by sponsorship, donation and pitch fees.

If you would like to help with a contribution to Riverside, you can now send a donation safely & securely by PayPal.

100% of your donation goes towards keeping Riverside FREE!

Thank you for your continued support.

The Riverside Crew x