About Moseley Festival

Moseley Festival is an annual community festival of arts, culture and music taking place in the lively suburb of Moseley, Birmingham.

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Special offers in store

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We are starting to get news about special offers in Moseley’s pubs and restaurants during Festival week (3rd to 12th July)

The highly-rated Java Coffee Lounge will be doing 2 for 1 on exotic single origin coffees.

Welcome newcomer to the Moseley scene is the One Trick Pony Club, and they will have 2 for 1 burgers on the Tuesday, and 25% off wings on the Wednesday.

More special offers are expected   –  do watch this space !

More events added !

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News of Festival events is coming in all the time.

Chantry Tennis Club invite everyone to their annual tea and cakes in the wonderful surroundings of Moseley Park (pictured here ) on Saturday 4th July.

Joseph Chamberlain College will be having their Arts Festival that day too.

And on Sunday 5th July there will be a Festival special of the popular Vintage Fair at the Moseley All Services Club.

Festival 2015 starts to take shape

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With the warmer weather comes a rush of activity for Moseley Festival. New events and special offers are being confirmed each day.

We are looking forward to some old favourites and some new events for 2015.

The Street Fair (July 4th) and the Moseley Masterteam Quiz (July 10th) are perennial favourites.

Choir with No Name singing on the Village Green was a new treat last year, and we are delighted that they are returning in 2015.

The Park and Pool is going to be open as usual on Street Fair day, but this year there is the added attraction of birds of prey 11am -3pm with a flying display at midday.

Many more events on the list, and more being added daily – do watch this space for news.

Looking ahead to summer 2015

We are delighted to announce that the dates for Moseley Festival 2015 will be Friday 3rd July to Sunday 12th .

Our keynote event, the Street Fair, will take place on Saturday 4th July.

Do get in touch with us if you’d like to be involved in our Festival next summer.