SOLIHULL Jazz Festival will be getting the Borough jiving this weekend with plenty of live music and family entertainment.
The four-day free event will kick off on Thursday and will feature over 30 musical acts on the Mell Square main stage, as well as in other venues such as Theatre Square to coincide with the ‘Costa Del Solihull’ beach opening.
On Thursday the Jazzberries will be leading a tea dance followed by performances from the Sing Solihull Choir and Starstruck Dance School.
The following day will see performances from The Wedding Crashers and Nanna Radleys, as well as tribute band Take That Live and Robbie Williams impersonator Mike Andrew.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Jazz Festival will be in full swing with music across 19 different town centre venues.
There will be a range of continental street food and a drink market that will feature traders from around the world.
And there will be free street entertainment face painting and foam jazz hands.
The jazz festival is organised by Solihull BID.
Their chief executive Melanie Palmer said: “The Jazz Festival is going to be one of the biggest free events of the year!
“We have something for everyone from street food, outdoor bars, live music and entertainment. Our Take That and Robbie tributes are a new addition to the line-up on Friday. Make a date in your diary now!”