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  1. Running from March through to September 2022, the £12 million festival will feature hundreds of artistic commissions opening with a free spectacular large scale production in Centenary Square featuring a cast of over 300 performers.
    1. 1 Mar 202230 Sep 2022
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    Get ready for a fortnight of great value menus and exciting dining experiences at restaurants across the city.
    1. 22 Aug 20224 Sep 2022
  3. Everything to Everybody: Your Shakespeare, Your Culture
    Birmingham Hippodrome’s weekend festival heads back to the carefree days of childhood with FREE fun for kids of all ages.
    1. 22 Jul 20225 Nov 2022
  4. Every year people from across Birmingham and beyond flock to the park to witness a healthy mix of traditional, contemporary and downright experimental Folk, World and Roots music.
    1. 2 Sep 20224 Sep 2022
  5. Celebrating their 10th Birthday! Sandwell & Birmingham Mela is the biggest South Asian music festival in Europe. Music, dance, food, arts and crafts bring the sights, sounds and spicy aromas of South Asia to Victoria Park.
    1. 27 Aug 202228 Aug 2022
  6. A magical forest-garden springs up in Victoria Square, Birmingham, infront of the town hall building. Tall architectural trees are surrounded by plant
    From Friday 2nd to Sunday 18th September 2022, step into a city-centre forest garden of magical proportions where you will be welcomed by an epic array of colour and nature at PoliNations!
    1. 2 Sep 202218 Sep 2022
  7. The Birmingham Comedy Festival has been drawing attention to the city's vibrant (and often unsung) comedy scene since 2001 when the debut festival hit the road running thanks to appearances from Peter Kay and Sean Lock in a programme of over 40 events.
    1. 7 Oct 202216 Oct 2022
  8. Páirc Festival 2022
    The biggest celebration of Irish music and culture comes to Birmingham for August Bank Holiday Festival on 27th and 28th August 2022.
    1. 27 Aug 202228 Aug 2022
  9. Birmingham Heritage Week is a great excuse to explore Birmingham and find out more about this great city. We look forward to seeing you.
    1. 9 Sep 202218 Sep 2022

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