Solihull Music Festival returns this weekend - The Solihull Observer

Solihull Music Festival returns this weekend

Solihull Editorial 20th Jun, 2024   0

MUSIC is set to ring out this weekend as the Solihull Music Festival returns.

Over 30 musical acts from all genres will perform on the Mell Square main stage as well as in 20 venues around the town centre between Thursday (June 20) to Sunday (June 23).

The Continental Street Food and Drink Market through RR Events also returns with traders from around the world.

Organisers Solihull BID – the Business Improvement District for the town centre – have ensured there is a host of free activities for the whole family.

The Sekine String Quartet from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire kick off the action on Thursday before performances from local Schools and Musical Groups on Friday.




Saturday’s line up includes children discos as well as fans of the 80s before a breathtaking show – The Elvis Experience – takes centre stage at 7pm in the evening.

There’s more musical action on the Sunday among a host of other free family activities and the delicious street food market.


There’s also free face painting, free children’s sticker trail and free vintage bus tours run by Transport Museum Wythall, alongside a static vintage bus in Mell Square for all to enjoy.

Melanie Palmer, chief executive of Solihull BID, said: “The Solihull Music 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. Whatever genre of music you like, there will be free performances for you to enjoy in our wonderful town centre.

“It’s always brilliant to see Solihull packed with families having fun so come along and join us for an amazing weekend!”

For a full list of performances and locations click here.

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