Former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes has been announced as one of the acts to play at the new Oxford Oxford festival this summer.
The Oxford-born musician is the biggest name so far announced to play during the three day festival.
Organisers hope the Oxford Oxford festival that takes place on September 26 to 28 will attract more than 20,000 people.
The event, run by London-based Eleven 11 Events, will include a day of film, another day of music and a third day of free community activities.
Other acts lined up for the music day include Pixelfix, Dance a la Plage, and Christian Gregory and Celeste.
Films due to be shown include Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland and a singalong Grease.
A headline music act is yet to be announced for the festival.
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