Band lineup vids

We’re really looking forward to Oakfest’21 on

12th June 2021

But, for now, it’s our pleasure to give you a fabulous

“Virtual Oakfest’20”!

Just click on the links under the pictures.


Main Stage sponsored by

Acoustic Stage sponsored by

Under the watchful eye of drum tutor, Phil Heard, our School Drummers will proudly open OakFest playing a selection of tunes they have been perfecting during their weekly lessons.
Please give them a very warm welcome!

The School Drummers

Andrea Yates

Watch Andrea here

Young Rocks were initially brought together to perform 1 song at MITP 2019, however they actually managed to nail 4 tracks. Since then, they have gone from strength to strength, especially with the introduction of their new lead singer Daniel.

In 2019 they also performed at Music in the Garden, Towersey, XYZ MusicFestival, Griffinfest and are beginning to play the local open mic scene, with several events already booked for the coming year.

They play a mix of classic rock and pop covers and have recently starting to write and perform some original songs.

The band consists of Bradley Baker, George Boydon, Daniel Field, Samuel Griffin and Steven Young, they are all aged between 11 and 14 yrs.

Young Rocks

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Helen Wren is a Reading and London-based singer-songwriter.
A lively performer with a country rock edge, she plays an upbeat set of acoustic pop/rock original music with an emphasis on catchy hooks.
Helen also delivers a selection of chosen covers reworked in the same style.

Helen Wren

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Formed in 2012 31hours are an Oxford based syncopated Indie Rock band with electro leanings.

Praised for being sonically eclectic, their tunes range from psych-infused space rock to syncopated afro-pop with distant relations to fellow Oxford acts, Radiohead & Foals.


Watch 31hours here

Vanessa & Neil

17-year-old Max Blansjaar spent the first few years of his musical career as a virtuoso classical pianist. In late 2017 he started to experiment with his unique brand of lo-fi pop music, writing and recording a collection of songs on an old computer at his school. Since then, Max has gained a reputation for his energetic live shows, receiving regular BBC Radio airplay and treading stages at the likes of Truck Festival and Ritual Union."

Max Blansjaar

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The Ponderosa are Rod Craig (mandolin/vocals), Mat Davies (bass), Kate Saunders (fiddle/vocals), Simon Stafford (vocals/guitar), and Colin Tester (percussion).
Hailing from the gently rolling hills and river valleys of Oxfordshire, they play an infectious blend of the familiar, the unfashionable and obscure: traditional and contemporary acoustic music and Americana played with passion and energy, by turns sublime and rabble-rousing.
“Worryingly good” Johnnie Littler

The Ponderosa

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ROGUEY ROADS are a Two Piece Brother Band hailing from Oxford.
Rhys and Gus Warriner founded the lovable band in the summer of 2017 and have been making waves in the indie music scene ever since. These two brothers have gigged all over the country and internationally from pubs, clubs, music venues, festivals, private parties and weddings supporting the likes of Nathan Ball, Waiting for Smith and Andy Bennett.

Roguey Roads

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Pound Shop Glasses

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Transit are a no fuss, 10 year old maximum speed, 4 piece band from Thame.


Tim Field: Vocals/bass guitar

Colin Smith: Guitar

Esther Stanway-Williams: Keys

Graeme Mason: Drums

Style: Still flying the flag for any decent “Mod/Ska & 90s “Britpop” sounds.

Gigs: Many in the local area. The October Chinnor Rugby Club beer festival is usually a highlight.

Aim: To get the crowd moving.

sponsored by Clean Genie

Watch Transit here


Genre --- Thrashy Garage Pop
Band Members:
Danny Jeffries --- Guitar/Vocals
Silke Blansjaar --- Drums
Lizzie Couves --- Bass
Sean Cousins --- Guitar
"Two boys. Two girls. Pop. Punk. Perfection." - Truck Festival
"Spectacularly good." - Nightshift Magazine
"What's not to like about that?" - Jon Hillcock, 6 Music

Self Help

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Rock n' Roll straight between the eyes

Memphis Rattlesnakes

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