What’s going on in Birmingham this weekend?

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The temperature is set to rise, so prepare yourself for a weekend of fun in the sun.

Supersonic Festival

22 – 24 June

Described as ‘one of the UK’s premier experimental music and arts festivals’, Supersonic Festival returns to Birmingham from June 22 – 24 with a lineup of both local and international experimental music, film and visual arts. For something a little bit different, this is definitely one to check out and there are still tickets available! To buy tickets, click here.

Romeo + Juliet Outdoor Screening

23 June

It’s a luxury to be able to sit outside and watch a film in the UK, and this weekend is one of the only times you you might be able to, so make the most of it whilst you can at Archway Digbeth. Catch Shakepeare’s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet on the evening of 23 June for a night under the stars watching the two star-crossed lover in a tale of love. To buy tickets, click here.

Women of Longbridge

23 June

Women & Theatre presents a new musical which both reflects upon and celebrates the community of Longbridge. After the closing of the MG Longbridge factory back in 2005, the musical documents the lives of its inhabitants since. Tickets are free, and the performance will take place outside. For more information, click here.

House of Jealous Lovers Day Rave

23 June

The oldest pub in the city is opening its doors to the people of Birmingham for an outdoor gathering  in the brand new garden. Drinks will flow as DJ’s Mazzy Snape, Wayne Langston, Richard Buckley entertain the crowds. Entry is free, but you need to register here!

Love Tunnel

24 June

Just because it’s Sunday, that doesn’t mean the weekend’s over! Hawker Yard will be throwing an all day party from 2pm all the way until midnight to finish the weekend with a bang. With the sun show its face, you can expect DJ sets from the likes of Joe Hunt, Sandi G and James Silver from noon till night. To buy tickets, click here. 

England vs Panama – World Cup 2018

24 June

The sun’s shining, beer gardens are full and England are playing in the World Cup at 1 pm, is there anything better? Dust off your football shirt, because the England boys are playing their second match of the World Cup 2018 and there are plenty of places to watch the match, take a look at some of our favourites here. 

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