Eleven-piece afro-rock-funk-psych spectacular from Manchester, AGBEKO, will hit Oxford by storm!

AGBEKO (originally an Ewe warrior dance) effortlessly draw inspiration from the golden age of 1970's Nigerian, Ghanaian and Ethiopian dance floors and deliver it through the filter of 11 young twenty-somethings who grew up on rock, funk and raucous-leaning jazz.

Since their formation in 2015, AGBEKO have performed at festival stages across the country including; Boomtown, Green Man, Kendal Calling, Secret Garden Party, Wilderness and Tramlines. They have found time in their packed summer tour schedule to bring their exuberant brand of music to Oxford. Join us for an exciting, energetic and irresistibly danceable evening.

Duration: 2 hours

Book Tickets

  • Fri 28 Jun 8:00 PM £10.00
visit Magdalen College School website

Book Tickets

  • Fri 28 June 8:00 PM

Venue Information:

Festival Marquee, Magdalen College School

To book Wheelchair Accessible Seating for this event, please contact the Arts Festival direct
by email or phone 01865 253505

  • Go and see them if you can for one of the best gigs of your life.
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