Oxford’s indie music society (ISOC) have announced a party to be coveted by any discerning birthday girl or boy. ‘Imstock’ will celebrate 20 years of indie music appreciation, with a line-up that’ll blow even the finest Pizza Hut birthday bash out of the water. The event will take place at the Jericho Tavern, Oxford on June 14th.
Top of the bill are that wonderful wit of Sussex, Johnny Flynn, and heart-mender extraordinaire Jeremy Warmsley. Also due to play are FFS favourties Cherbourg, Derek Meins (under his nouveau moniker, The Agitator), The Woe Betides, Silent Alliance, The Mountain Parade and High Risby.
Apparently they’re not finished booking bands, so there’ll be more delectation than you can shake a beribboned stick at. The event will begin at 2pm and continue long into the warm summer night, with tickets costing a mere £13 from We Got Tickets on Friday from 9am. Over-18s only darlings. They’re threatening to be ‘strict’ about it.
Words: Helen True