Events in West Midlands
Birmingham International Jazz Festival
Europe‚s Biggest Free Jazz Party:
Birmingham Jazz Festival Reaches 24 Years!
This summer, jazz performers and fans from across the world will be in
Birmingham to attend one of the best events of its kind, a combination of
jazz, blues, great food, poetry, art, photography, cinema and literature.
With ten days of unmissable summer entertainment from July 4th to July 13th,
the 24th Birmingham International Jazz Festival has a special ingredient ˆ
90% of the shows are free to the public!
The Jazz Festival presents nearly 200 performances throughout the city centre, the suburbs and other regions in the West Midlands, with musicians coming from as far afield as Canada, France, the Netherlands, Spain, the United States, Hungary, Australia, Germany and Sweden.
This unique event, Europe‚s Biggest Free Jazz Party, takes place through 73 venues, including shops, pubs, clubs, parks, hotels, cafés, museums, cricket grounds, civic buildings, city squares, shopping centres, and even on a canal boat and a train!
To find out what‚s on offer, visit the website http://www.birminghamjazzfestival.com. While you are there, check out our interactive blog, sign up for our mailing list, pick up on the great hotel deals or just read all about the amazing artists and venues.
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More Events in West Midlands in July
Taste of Birmingham, Birmingham
Coventry Festival, Coventry
7th Summer Stroll, Knowle
Wolvestock Country Music Festival, Wolverhampton
Birmingham Jazz Festival, Various venues, Birmingham
Birmingham International Jazz Festival , Birmingham
Mostly Jazz Festival, Moseley Park, Birmingham
Eid Mela, Millennium Point, Birmingham
Birmingham Carnival, Birmingham
Birmingham to Oxford Ride for the Jennifer Trust, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham
Birmingham Eid Mela , Birmingham
The Royal Show, Stoneleigh Park, Coventry
Latin American Festival, Various venues, Birmingham
Godiva Festival, War Memorial Park, Coventry
Festival of Young Playwriting, Birmingham
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