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Graham Coxon, Hot Chip, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for Oxfam in-store shows Graham Coxon Tickets

Graham Coxon, Hot Chip, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for Oxfam in-store shows Graham Coxon Tickets

Graham Coxon, Hot Chip and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs are all set to play gigs in an East London branch of the charity shop Oxfam as part of the annual Oxjam event.

Theme Park, Lucy Rose, The 2 Bears and Kyla La Grange will all also take part in the sixth annual Oxjam event, kicking off the month long fundraising celebrations.

Of the gigs, Coxon said: "In all the years of doing gigs, I've never played in a charity shop before! It is a small venue so it will be great to be able to give the fans a really intimate and personal show to kick off Oxjam!"

Orlando Higginbottom, otherwise known as Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs added: "Last year I travelled to the DRC with a group of British and American producers to create an album with local musicians, raising money for Oxfam's work in the area."

"It was a great experience to be able to support a charity by doing what I love. Likewise with Oxjam where fellow artists can also do what they love in order to raise money to help fight global poverty, is something I am very happy being part of."

Tickets go on sale today (September 6) at wegottickets.com/oxjam

The line-up is:

Graham Coxon, Theme Park (acoustic set), plus support (September 24)
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs DJ set, Breach (Aka Ben Westbeech), plus support (25)
Lucy Rose, Kyla La Grange, plus support (26)
Hot Chip & friends including Hot Chip DJ set, The 2 Bears and special guests TBA (27)


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