On Saturday, July 28, Birmingham’s second biggest festival turns five and its celebration will be bigger and better than ever. With a new home at Perry Park, one of the city’s best green spaces, you can expect higher production alongside a massive line up including Dizzee Rascal, DJ EZ, Andy C, Kurupt FM, Camelphat, Holy Goof, Chris Lorenzo, High Contrast and loads more. Full line-up can be found here.
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With stages from Ram Records, 02:31 and Portal alongside the main stage action, festival-goers will also experience the best of Birmingham’s creative culture with graffiti art, street food and performance art together with the latest cutting-edge electronic music.
The festival starts at 11am and goes until 10pm, with last entry at 3pm, but if you are not ready to go home yet the festival has two official after parties you can join in. You can choose between The Bass Lovers Party at O2 Institute or the House Lovers Party at Amusement 13. Both parties start from 11pm and go until 6am, with last entry at 1am.