Strong line-up for biggest weekend yet.
This year’s Solihull Summer Fest is set to be the biggest and best yet with a line-up that includes legends such as Level 42, The Human League, The Vamps, The Proclaimers, Heather Small – The Voice of M People, Go West and many more.
Now in its fourth year, thousands are expected to descend on Tudor Grange Park on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of July for what is it fast becoming one of the most popular music events of the summer.
With more than ten hours of live music each day, the Saturday line-up includes Level 42 (pictured) who had eighteen Top 40 UK singles, The Vamps and Heather Small (The Voice of M People). Also taking to the stage will be Imagination, who had in excess of thirty million albums sales featuring hit singles .
Saturday’s line-up will also include Ms Dynamite, Trevor Nelson, Mitchell Brunings and a very special treat from the legendary Sugar Hill Gang, whose club classic Rapper’s Delight, is credited for introducing hip hop music to a wider audience.
Sunday 28th July provides a great array of artists with eighties supergroup Human League headlining with a full live show from the band performing all of their greatest hits. Scottish twin brothers Charlie and Craig Reid who make up The Proclaimers will also be in the line-up and so too will Go West while Bad Manners add some ska to the mix.
This year also reveals a second stage hosted by HedKandi as part of their twentieth anniversary tour, featuring Sandy Rivera, Stonebridge, Alison Limerick, Mark Doyle, Andy Norman and many more artists.
Exclusive VIP tickets are available and include entry into the VIP area, which includes a garden, bar (plus cocktail station), luxury toilets and Gold Circle access to the front of the stage.
Festival Director Terry Runcorn said: “Come along and experience all the fun and excitement of a festival on your doorstep! It’s fantastic to think we are now in our fourth year and are becoming such a popular fixture in the local and wider music festival entertainment scene.
“We always try to ensure that there is something for everyone to enjoy – and this is promising to be our biggest and best Solihull Summer Fest yet!”
For more information visit www.solihullsummerfest.co.uk or pop into the Fest shop in Solihull High Street.