Countdown to the fourth star-studded Solihull Summer Fest - The Solihull Observer

Countdown to the fourth star-studded Solihull Summer Fest

Solihull Editorial 26th Jun, 2019   0

THE countdown is on for the star-studded music festival – Summer Fest – which will bring musical delights to Tudor Grange Park in Solihull.

The Vamps, Level 42 and The Proclaimers are just some of the acts already booked for this year’s festival on July 27 and 28.

Now in its fourth year, thousands are expected to turn out for what is being dubbed one of the most popular music events of the summer by organisers.

The Saturday (July 27) includes Level 42, The Vamps, Heather Small (The voice of M People) who had hits in the 90s including Moving On Up and Search For The Hero; along with Ms Dynamite and Trevor Nelson.

On the Sunday (July 28) there will be an array of 80s artists including The Human League, The Proclaimers and Bad Manners.

They will be supported by Queen Tribute act Mercury, Garry Pease as Rod Stewart and local bands Killglass and The Clause.

This year there will be a second stage hosted by HedKandi as part of their 20th Anniversary Tour, featuring Sandy Rivera, Stonebridge, Alison Limerick, Mark Doyle and Andy Norman.

Terry Runcorn, festival director, said: “Come along and experience all the fun and excitement of a festival on your doorstep.

“It’s fantastic to think we are now in our fourth year and are becoming such a popular fixture in the local and wider music festival entertainment scene.

“We always try to ensure that there is something for everyone to enjoy – and this is promising to be our biggest and best Solihull Summer Fest yet.”

VIP tickets are available and include entry in to the VIP area and garden, a VIP bar, luxury toilets and gold circle access to the front of the stage.

For more information visit or go to the shop on High Street in Solihull.

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