The Last Ever Independent Birmingham Festival, Birmingham

I’m including this event because it was absolutely stonking when we went last year. This year is the last ever Independent Birmingham Festival – a celebration of all things indie in Brum. Held at The Bond in Digbeth, it’s a great line-up of pop-up restaurants, cocktail bars, street food, craft beer, natural wine, coffee, retailers and live music. A great day out. Tickets are £10 and they’re likely to go like hot cakes so get yourself there. Find out more info here.

The Bond, 180-182 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5SE

The Last Ever Independent Birmingham Festival

I’m including this event because it was absolutely stonking when we went last year. This year is the last ever Independent Birmingham Festival – a celebration of all things indie in Brum. Held at The Bond in Digbeth, it’s a great line-up of pop-up restaurants, cocktail bars, street food, craft beer, natural wine, coffee, retailers and live music. A great day out. Tickets are £10 and they’re likely to go like hot cakes so get yourself there. Find out more info here.

The Bond, 180-182 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5SE

Cheese Fest 2020, Birmingham

Imagine a whole festival dedicated to cheese? Imagine no more. Birmingham Seasonal Markets presents Cheese Fest 2020 at The Bond in Digbeth. The event has been a sellout for the past two years and is likely to be this year. The one-day pop-up festival mixes cheese-only traders with some Birmingham faves offering cheese specials. There will be cheesy street food, bars, DJs, live music and an indoor market hall packed with traders. It’s dog friendly, family-friendly and all in all a lovely day out.

The Bond, 180 Fazeley Street, Birmingham, B5 5SE

Oktoberfest 2019, Birmingham

Another one that’s not strictly Coventry & Warwickshire, but it certainly sounds like a good’un and after recently joining in some Bavarian beer-based fun, I’m all over it.

Run by Seasonal Markets in collaboration with The Old Crown and held in the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham, Oktoberfest is all about the beer, along with German gin, German wines and Oktoberfest themed cocktails. There’s food to line your stomach too, including traditional German schnitzel, apple strudel waffles, as well as DJs, live bands and games – oh, and a best-dressed competition…

Tickets for the Saturday are sold out but there are still some for the Friday. They’re £12 and get you entry, reserved seating and all the entertainment. More info here.

60 Hampton Street, 60 Hampton Street, Hockley, Birmingham, B19 3LU

Seasonal Markets Burger Fest, Birmingham

Okay, it’s not Coventry and Warwickshire but it’s too good not to include. I’ve been to one of Seasonal Markets’ events before and they really are good. Burger Fest promises to be epic – the line-up includes people like Patty Freaks, Original Patty Men, Andy Low’N’Slow, Libertine Burger, Flying Cows, and many many more. There are other traders offering sides, desserts and hot drinks in case you get all burger’d out and of course you can get your chops round cocktails, beer and soft drinks.

The tickets are only £5 through Design My Night and it’s in only in Digbeth, a short hop and a jump from New Street station. More details are here.

The Bond Company, 180-182 Fazeley St, Birmingham B5 5SE.

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