Moon feastival puts the spotlight on Birmingham Big Art Project

This September, the annual Moon Feastival will return to the city in aid of Birmingham Big Art Project – the most ambitious public art commission in Birmingham’s history. The Moon Feastival, organised by Chung Ying Restaurant Group, returns for the fourth year and aims to be bigger and better than ever before for 2017.

The Moon Feastival will return to the city on Thursday 28 September and will invite guests to celebrate Chinese culture, taste traditional cuisine and enjoy live music from local talent, Rhino and the Ranters.

Moon Feastival will be raising money for the Birmingham Big Art Project, which will help fund the curating and development of this new iconic artwork for our city. With an estimated cost of £2 million, the chosen artwork – Station Clock by Turner Prize-winning Susan Philipsz – is set to be created around the new HS2 terminal, meaning it’s on track to become part of the city’s heritage for years to come.

James Wong, Managing Director of Chung Ying Restaurant Group, the organisers behind the Feastival said:

The Birmingham Big Art Project will have such a big impact on the city and will give Birmingham the opportunity to show our commitment to world class culture on the international stage.
After the immense support of the event for the last three years, we are delighted that we are able to support the project again and host the Moon Feastival this September. We will once again be showcasing an array of Chinese dishes, together with live music, making it another night to enjoy in support of a wonderful cause!

The Moon Feastival will be held on Thursday 28 September from 6.30pm-11pm at Chung Ying Garden. Tickets are on sale at £35, and tables of 10 can be booked for £330. Each ticket includes a three-course banquet meal, two drinks, a glass of plum wine, and karaoke. A golden ticket can be bought for £50 which includes priority seating and a glass of champagne. To book your tickets, click here.

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