Date Published: 16.05.2019

Highlighting the best talent from Oxford's student community, Wadstock, Wadham's annual music festival, took place in the sunny Fellow's Garden.

After tickets sold out in record time, more than 800 students enjoyed music, arts and entertainment curated by Wadham Student Union.

Organised by the SU ENTZ committee, acts included Full Circle Blue, Garfunkel, Dot’s Funk Odyssey,  Michael Kurtz, Rough Edge Brass Band, King Can, Oxford Revue, The Oxford Gargoyles and Lines Like Water. 

The mixture of funk, rock, jazz, techno, disco, folk and everything in between, combined with poetry, arts, crafts and a bouncy castle made Wadstock 2019 a great success.

Special thanks to organisers Louis Torracinta, Rosalind Robshaw, Justine Farrant, Louis Bullen and Phoebe Bachsleitner.

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