All the exciting stuff you have to do in Birmingham this summer
Finally something to be excited about
Exam period is officially over so it’s time to start planning how we’re going to celebrate. Here’s a list of events to kick-start summer, with something for everyone.
Carnival is returning to Rainbow to mark the offical end of exams.
When: June 2nd
Cost: Tickets are limited, check sellers and final release
Europe’s largest student-run charity festival is back.
When: June 3rd-4th
Cost: Tickets from £7 for residents, £15 for general release
Fab N Fresh
Round off the year with a classic UoB night out.
When: June 3rd / 10th / 16th
Shakespeare in the Park
Performances are running of As You Like It in the Italian Gardens, on Maple Hayes School, Lichfield.
When: June 21st-24th
Cost: Tickets from £13
Shakespeare at the Castle
The Tempest is being performed at the Stafford Castle.
When: June 22nd-July 8th
Cosr: Tickets start at £13.50
The return of the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink held at Cannon Hill Park.
When: June 23rd, 24th, 25th
Birmingham Rum Festival
130 rums to try with street food and live music at the Cuban Embassy.
When: July 1st
Birmingham Coffee Festival
Yes, it’s a real thing. The top 40 independent coffee shops are coming to Birmingham for a caffeine-fuelled extravaganza and we can’t wait.
When: July 1st-2nd
Cost: Tickets from £6
Fleet St Food Feast-ival
Advertising gourmet bites, cocktails & craft beers at Coffin Works, we will 100% be in attendance.
When: July 10th for seven weeks
Battle of the Proms
The season finale of the Battle of the Proms kicks off, accompanied by canon fire, aerial displays and fireworks.
When: August 12th
Cost: Tickets from £35
The UK Festival of Fireworks
The annual UK Festival of Fireworks is coming to Catton Hall, near Tamworth.
When: September 2nd
Cost: Tickets are £23
Proms in the Park
Enjoy the outdoor concert with features by the British Police Symphony Orchestra and many more.
When: September 2nd
Cost: Free entry