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This Is My City Festival

Edgbaston Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 7QU
This Is My City Festival


This Is My City Festival returns for it's third year with a two day digital festival on 12th & 13th June and a live event at Edgbaston Cricket Ground on 26th June.

This years festival, with US partners Black Health Matters features a jam-packed itinerary with celebrity guest appearances from actor David Harewood, R&B singer Ruby Turner, international cricketer Carlos Brathwaite, international athlete Marilyn Okoro and a surprise guest appearance from an Olympic medallist.

This Is My City festival 2021 in conjunction with the Edgbaston Foundation is hosting a commonwealth inspired celebration on Saturday 26th June 2021 as part of the T20 Vitality Blast of Birmingham Bears vs Durham. This is a ticketed event with an opportunity to enjoy live entertainment, food and try out some fun sports to embrace the electric atmosphere of the T20 showdown.

For further information and registration visit www.thisismycitybham.org.

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Ticket TypePrice
Adult£19.00 per ticket type

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.


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Tel: 07968661001

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