Countdown to Solihull Summer Fest begins - The Solihull Observer

Countdown to Solihull Summer Fest begins

Solihull Editorial 19th May, 2024   0

THE COUNTDOWN to the Solihull Summer Fest has begun.

This year, the Tudor Grange Festival festival is said to outshine previous years with a lineup featuring some of the most celebrated acts in music history.

The eighth festival will get under way on July 20 with Irish music legend Ronan Keating headlining the stage.

With a career spanning over two decades and numerous hits, Keating is poised to deliver a captivating performance.

The Saturday line up also includes popular acts such as Scouting for Girls, The Feeling, The Wailers, and a unique DJ set by Denise Van Outen.

Not to mention, attendees can look forward to performances by A1, Isaac Stuart, and a surprise special guest.

Organisers say the excitement is set to peak on the Sunday (July 21) with a historic performance by The Jacksons on their 50th Anniversary Tour.

Known for their profound impact on pop music, The Jacksons will take festival-goers on a nostalgic journey through their hits.

The Sunday bill is further bolstered by performances from Haircut One Hundred, Heaven 17, Five Star, T Pau, The Wurzels, Rick Parfitt Jnr & The RPJ Band, and local performer Brad O’Neill.

Ian Rogers, festival founder and spokesperson, said: “The Solihull Summer Fest has grown to become a cornerstone event for music lovers not just in the UK, but from around the world.

“This year’s lineup, featuring both Ronan Keating and The Jacksons, represents our commitment to bringing unparalleled entertainment to Solihull. We invite everyone to join us for a weekend that promises unforgettable music and lasting memories.”

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