This isn’t a sponsored post. BrumHour was kindly given Independent Birmingham cards.
Via Joe at Independent Birmingham
Independent Birmingham Festival
at The Bond
ATTENTION!! Foodies of Birmingham: The Independent Birmingham Festival at The Bond returns this May and it’s set to be the best event yet!
Following the huge success of the previous two years’ SOLD OUT Independent Birmingham Festivals At The Bond (alongside their SOLD OUT sold out, festivals at Aston Hall), champions of local, Independent Birmingham, along with their friends, Birmingham Seasonal Markets, are bringing this fantastic event back – and making it even bigger, and even better!
The event takes place on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May at the iconic canal-side setting of The Bond. If you managed to get tickets to their previous sold out events, you’ll know that you’re in for a real treat.
Independent Birmingham’s Joe Schuppler said:
If it’s your first time, expect a spectacular line-up of pop-up restaurants, cocktail bars, street food, craft beer, fine wine, coffee, independent retailers, and live music from local bands. The previous festivals have all had spectacular line-ups, and once again we’ve curated a ridiculously awesome line-up for this event. This is going to be unmissable.
Mouth-watering food from the best restaurants and street food traders in Birmingham, delicious cocktails, fine wine and craft beer, a roster of the finest independent retailers, artists, designers and makers, and local bands rocking out on their main stage – sounds like an incredible event to us. We’ll see you all there.
Tickets cost just £10 and can be purchased at:
designmynight.com/the-bond/independent-birmingham-festival-at-the-bond – (children under 12 go free, no ticket required).
Please Note: The previous 4 festivals have all sold out. Grab your tickets well in advance to avoid disappointment.
For food/drink line-up announcements, join the events page at: facebook.com/events/791711761227575/
GRAB YOUR TICKETS via Design My Night: designmynight.com/the-bond/independent-birmingham-festival-at-the-bond