For all you art lovers, Digbeth Arts Market is returning to Lower Trinity Street for its second year.
Showcasing work from local artists, the market is taking over Lower Trinity Street on May 6th and bringing along a host of extra offerings for you get your daily culture fix in the city.
Alongside the exhibitions, there will be a selection of award-winning street food from the Digbeth Dining Club to get your teeth into. Offering a unique place to experience new foods and music, Digbeth is the perfect place to display an array of weird and wonderful pieces of art.
The warehouse and car park spaces will be occupied by local artists and makers to create a social market place. To fill the space with sound, a number of DJs will be supplying music from 1pm until the sun sets. And to quench everyone’s thirst, Spotlight & Mama Roux will be serving a variety of drinks all day.
Following on from the success of last year, Digbeth arts Market plans to not only recreate the experience, but to make it even better. To enhance the experience, streets will be closed off and admission is only £1. So if you love art or not, come down and have some fun in one of Digbeth’s most eccentric events ever.