Yeah Baby – Yeah-Baby! Abingdon Free music festival Helping local children’s charities
The 7th Year of Yeahbaby, so thats Six times we have taken over the markets square, 20 different acts, hundreds of painted faces thousands of burgers eaten OVER £35,000 RAISED for local Children’s Charities!
Lets Do It AGAIN!
THE FUN STARTS AT 11.30 am on the 4th July in the ABINGDON MARKET SQUARE
This year, we are going back to basics and making it all about the music. so take a look at the lineups and marvel at the top-notch acts we have for you!
The party starts at 11.30 and rocks on into the night. Loads of entertainment, bands, stalls facepainting, raffle and loads more. Support our local children’s charities; Amber Phillpott Trust, Helen & Douglas House, RMHC & Oxford Children’s Hospital by joining us in Abingdon Market Place for a day full of fun, music and laughter!! Enjoy the atmosphere and please give generously.
Food & Drink at Yeahbaby
A BBQ and soft drinks will be on sale in the market place with all profits going directly to charity.
Once again a FULLY LICENSED BAR courtesy of the Brewery Tap and local brewer LOOSE CANNON
Apart from great live music and food there will also be arts and crafts activities and loom bands.
After party event at the Brewery Tap, Abingdon. Carry on into the night with more live music and Yeah Baby frivolity
How can I support this event?
Please bring your family and friends along on the 4th July from 11.00am enjoy the atmosphere and give generously.
If you are a business and you wish to sponsor the event
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If you are a local business and do not wish to sponsor the event?
We will be bringing many people into the town centre and raising awareness for local charities and for Abingdon in general. So come on join the party – YEAH BABY!
There will be plenty of entertainment, raising funds and awareness for our chosen children’s charities; Amber Phillpott Trust; Ronald McDonald House Charities; Helen & Douglas House and Oxford Childrens Hospital. See Our Charities page to read more about these local, deserving causes.