OXFORD South Slavic Society will hold a benefit concert for flood victims in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia at St Antony’s College, Woodstock Road.
The concert at 9pm tonight will feature Balkan-inspired gypsy-punk five-piece, The Balkan Wanderers.
Entry is free, but donations will be welcomed and all who donate will receive a small gift.
Anyone who cannot make the concert can donate to the Novak Djokovic Foundation.
In the past two weeks, Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia have been hit by the worst floods in the region’s history leaving scores dead and tens of thousands homeless.
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