10 Events In Oxfordshire: August 2021

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With restrictions easing across the country, many businesses and tentatively dipping their toe in the in person events pool again this August. If you’re itching to get back out there, meet up with friends and have some unique new experiences, there is a great range of events happening in Oxfordshire from festivals in the rolling countryside to small scale tastings and workshops. Here’s our pick for the month ahead. >>


Treehouse Festival Oxfordshire

Treehouse Festival, in Uffington, Oxfordshire, is on this weekend from Friday 30th July to Sunday 1st August, with a whole host of brilliant musical talent, plus workshops and activities, as well as beer from Tap Social and coffee from Jericho Coffee Traders.

Fit Farm Festival Oxfordshire music

The Project PT are launching their inaugural Fit Farm Festival, on Collins Farm in Oxfordshire, on Saturday 21st August. Expect lots of fitness and yoga workshops, including classes from Every Body Studio, plus activities for the kids and stalls and food from local indies.

Wilderness Festival Oxfordshire

Wilderness is back this August from 5th to 8th August at Cornbury Park in west Oxfordshire, with music from Jamie XX, Loyle Carner and Rudimental as well as Oxford’s favourite DJ Count Skylarkin.

Day of the deadbeats Oxford

Day of the Deadbeats returns to the Isis Farmhouse in Oxford on Saturday 7th August, with hosts The Deadbeat Apostles, alongside Emma Hunter and Beard of Destiny.


Sarah Wiseman summer exhibition

The Sarah Wiseman Gallery are hosting their annual Summer Exhibition, in a celebration of variety and creativity until 28th August. Exhibition highlights will include a new collection by contemporary figurative painter Clare Bonnet.

Jam Factory Oxford

The Jam Factory in Oxford, are currently exhibiting ‘Flickering Lights, Trickling Dream’ by Nicola Wiltshire that reimagine visited landscapes as places infused with mystery, freedom, intense colour and magic. The show is on until 17th August.

Irving Contemporary The Other Side Katie Mawson

Irving Contemporary in east Oxford, is currently presenting ‘The Other Side’, bringing together new paintings by Sarah Needham from her Window Series, recent landscape paintings by Alex McIntyre, and abstract collages made from vintage cloth book covers by Katie Mawson. The exhibition is on until 13th August.


Jessie’s Art Shed in Eynsham, Oxfordshire, are hosting a series of summer workshops for all ages, including kid’s mixed media workshop and bullet journaling for adults and older children. Check out Jessie’s website for dates and to book your spot.


Tap Social Movement Oxford Botley Taproom

This summer, Tap Social‘s Tap Room in Botley, are hosting street food and live music evenings from Thursday to Saturday. Street food traders include Lorencini Arancini, The Edge Eatery and Cranston Pickles.

Grape Minds Oxford

Grape Minds are recommencing their popular wine tasting evenings this summer, including sessions on Indigenous Wines and Chardonnays From Around The World. Check out the Grape Minds website to book your spot.

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