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|24 Jun 2021||Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra||Kitchen Garden, Birmingham|
|23 Jun 2021||The Hut People||Kitchen Garden, Birmingham|
|02 Jul 2021||Birmingham Jobs Fair||St Andrews Stadium, Birmingham City Football Club|
|24 Jul 2021||Brunch DNB Festival Fabio & Grooverider Bryan Gee Rand||Tea Works, Birmingham|
|03 Sep 2021||Moseley Folk & Arts Festival 2021||Moseley Park and Pool, Birmingham|
|10 Oct 2021||Dane Baptiste Birmingham||The Glee Club Birmingham|
|21 May 2021||BINGO LINGO - Birmingham||Forum Birmingham|
|07 Feb 2022||Glasvegas||The Asylum Venue, Birmingham|
|03 Jul 2021||All Systems Go Conny Prantera & Allami Barri and Krishnamurthy||Centrala, Birmingham|
|15 May 2021||Norman Jay MBE & Don Letts at The Mill||The Mill Digbeth, Birmingham|
Supersonic Festival is a leading experimental music festival featuring not only music but arts, film, food and much more in their adventurous and most assorted Birmingham music festival of all time. Sloss Music and Arts Festival is a two-day music and lifestyle festival that occurs at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark and kicks off with 44 plus renowned bands occupying 4 stages, craft beer, cocktails, art and craft, and a lot more events to keep you busy. MADE festival, an urban music and dance festival, is one of UK’s most frequented festivals in Birmingham held every summer with a fantastic roster of house, garage, grime, and D&B. The Slam Dunk festival is one of the famous pop-punk and rock music festivals in Birmingham with a stellar lineup of live performances by celebrated bands. The Gate To Southwell Folk Festival is a Birmingham music festival flocked by music lovers of all ages held over four days with five musical stages dedicated to folk music by local talents as well as celebrated artists assisted by workshops, dance performances, family entertainment, street theatre and also allows camping overnight.
Birmingham is a hub of eccentric food and drinks festivals as this city is thriving with finger licking food joints and critically acclaimed pubs. Birmingham Vegan Festival endorses vegan food with its amazing platter and emphasizes sustainability and less cruelty towards animals for a healthy life accompanied by plenty of stalls for beauty, clothing, and wellness. Prosecco and gin, two popular poisons are the main attraction at the Prosecco and Gin Festival with exquisite varieties of these two top beverages being showcased for their debut year at Birmingham assisted with free tokens, event glasses, and plenty other entertainment. Birmingham Beer Week is a weeklong celebration of the very best of this city’s beer scene in collaboration with over 15 breweries in Birmingham and the Midlands. The Midlands Whiskey festival is all about showcasing the best and most sought-after whiskeys where attendees can engage in preparatory classes, tasting sessions, food pairings and hold insightful discussions with whiskey connoisseurs and industry experts.
For a city as happening as Birmingham, there is never a dearth of festivals of any genre whatsoever. So apart from music and food festivals in Birmingham, feel free to explore the metropolis sprouting with various cultural festivals, film and lantern festivals. Art and Science Festival Birmingham is a weeklong festival of arts and science talks, workshops, performances and screening of discovery, research and ideas from the University of Birmingham. Notably one of Birmingham’s most coveted cultural event, the Birmingham Literature festival features literature talks, workshops and panel discussion of up-and-coming writers with illustrious authors. Magic lantern festival in Birmingham Botanical Gardens during Christmas exhibits stunning lantern sculptures sculpted in popular Chinese art forms like penguins, Christmas trees etcetera. Birmingham film and TV festival is an international Birmingham film festival featuring short films, documentaries, music videos that bring to limelight the exceptional filmmaking skills of budding filmmakers and cinematographers all over the world. Find out more such festivals in Birmingham today, tomorrow and the coming weekend on AllEvents.in