Love live music, delicious street food and a great vibe? The Solihull Summer Fest is back for the fourth year running on Saturday 27 July and promises to be a fun-filled weekend for the whole family!

Welcoming people of all ages, the two-day event hosts a fair, six different types of bars (including real ale, Pimms and prosecco) and twenty of the regions most respected street-food traders will be serving up delicious & inspiring menus to suit all tastes, including vegetarian and gluten-free options.

The main stage music line-up has now been confirmed, including Level 42, The Vamps, The Human League, The Proclaimers, M People’s Heather Small, The Sugarhill Gang, Ms Dynamite, Go West, Bad Manners and special guest Trevor Nelson.

A second 20th anniversary HedKandi stage will also be available for festival-goers this year, with artists including Alison Limerick, Sandy Rivera, Storm, Ellie Sax and Chris Budd – a brilliant addition for 2019!

Daily ticket prices start from £45.00 for adults and £25.00 for children over 5 years old. For more information on ticket types and pricing, see

For those looking to make their festival experience even more special, a private cabana with booth seating & amazing stage views that seats up to 10 people can be hired out. The cabana includes waitress service, a welcome drinks package with 1.5-litre Vodka / 4 x Champagne bottles plus Mixers, entry into the festival & access to VIP areas & Gold Circle, posh toilet access and complimentary nibbles/festival food upon arrival.

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Useful information before purchasing your ticket

No food or drink is permitted into the festival site, although sealed water bottles and baby food is permitted.

For health and safety and licensing reasons, it is not permitted to bring your own alcohol or glassware. All alcohol and food will be disposed of on entry.

The Solihull Summer Fest will be held at Tudor Grange Park from 12.00pm – 11.00pm on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July. Gates open at 11.00am.

Tickets can be purchased online or in-person from the ticket outlet – 150 High Street, Solihull, B91.

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