Uptown Music

Hi, Oxford! So, summer 2020 is obviously going to be a little different than past summers, as we continue to practice safe social distancing guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community and beyond.

This means, unfortunately, that the difficult decision has been made to cancel in-person concerts for both June & July. The team at Enjoy Oxford looks forward to throwing these concerts every summer as a way to give back to the town that we love, and our hearts are heavy to not be able to deliver a typical concert series to you this year.

However, we have two virtual concerts scheduled for June and there's a possibility we'll have more in July! Stay tuned because as we learn more we'll update this page.

VIRTUAL CONCERTS will take place at 7:00 PM on our Facebook on the following dates:

Thursday, June 4th - Lee Gantt (Country)

Lee Gantt has recorded in Nashville and spends half his time there but this County Artist proudly hails first and foremost from the midwest! Getting his start in Columbus playing clubs while in college, Lee now tours the country playing his unique blend of old and new school country. His debut EP, Casa BLVD, is available to download or stream off his website.

This night made possible by our generous sponsor, Butler Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Thursday, June 25th - Rachel Maxann (Vintage Indie Rock)

A Cincinnati native, Rachel Maxann has lived everywhere from Los Angeles to Asheville playing her hypnotizing mixture of folk, tribal, and pop music. After years of performing on cruise ships, she is now back in Cincinnati working with her band, Fickle Hellcat. You can hear their album on Soundcloud here.

This night made possible by our generous sponsors, Oxford Chamber of Commerce, The Oxford Community Arts Center, the Knolls of Oxford, Re/Max Alpha Real Estate

Keep an eye on this page for more updates regarding virtual concerts in July.

Updated June 11, 2020, 8:56 PM (EST)

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