Welcome to the Solihull Summer Fest

Solihull’s own charity music festival takes place in Tudor Grange Park across August Bank Holiday weekend.

The Solihull Summer Fest returns to Tudor Grange Park on August Bank Holiday weekend 2017 for its second year.

A two-day event offering the people of Solihull the opportunity to experience the fun and excitement of a festival within their own town.

Welcoming all ages, each day will run from 12 midday until 10pm with live music, a great range of street food vendors, bars, children’s entertainment and an exclusive VIP area. Virgin Trains will also be joining in the fun, with its own dedicated area offering festival goers the chance to experience the Virgin Trains’ difference.

Peter Andre, Lulu, Gabrielle and Lemar will be headlining Saturday 26th August along with Musical Youth, Reggie and Bollie from X Factor and world famous tribute artists Navi as Michael Jackson and The UpBeat Beatles.

Feeder, The Pigeon Detectives, Toploader and the return of The Wonder Stuff are headlining Sunday 27th August along with The Noisettes, Andy Bennett from Ocean Colour Scene and local bands 2 Weeks Notice, Chasing Deer and The Wedding Crashers.

All ticket profits will be donated to Help Harry Help Others, a local cancer support charity.

Line Up

Checkout the full line-up of artistes that will be appearing at the Solihull Summer Fest on Saturday and Sunday.

Ticket Info

Find out how to get your tickets and what options are available across the weekend.

Visitor Info

Check out all of the different activities, stalls and relevant info about the Solihull Summer Fest.

Contact Info

Where to find us, how to get in contact, apply to be a sponsor or volunteer or even apply to play at the Solihull Summer Fest.

Supporting the Help Harry Help Others Charity

All profits from the event are to be donated to Help Harry Help Others (www.hhho.org.uk) – a Local cancer support charity with a clear mission.

Help Harry Help Others is unique in its efforts to not only help find a cure for Brain Cancer but also in helping children and their families who are affected by any cancer, and the people who support them.

Around 1,550 children are diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK, a quarter of them with brain tumours. The charity’s ultimate mission is to find a cure, but until then they want to make a difference wherever they can. We have 3 ways that we help; Help Cope, Help Care and Help Cure.

Solihull Summer Fest

Share This