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Showcasing the Best Local and International Talent

Forget Glastonbury, Reading, Download and Gatecrasher, Moseley Folk & Arts Festival is the festival to be seen at!  2019’s dates have been confirmed as August 30th to September 1st.

Every year the Moseley Folk Festival keeps getting bigger and better, attracting ever more awesome headliners.  2019 is no exception, with Don McLean announced as the headliner for Sunday night!  So, if you want to hear classics such as “Castles in the Air”, “And I Love You So” as well as the absolute belter, “American Pie” you should book your tickets now.

Super early bird tickets have already sold out, with the next tier of early bird tickets now on sale.  Once these are all sold out, the price will increase with the next tier of tickets released.  Which means, you need to grab your super quickly!

close up of crowd with hands raised at concert stage

Festival Facts:

  • Doors open at 1pm Friday and 11am on Saturday and Sunday;
  • Performances finish at 10.30pm each day;
  • Last entry is 9pm;
  • There is no on-site parking; visitors are encouraged to use public transport where possible!
  • No gazebos, no tents, no glassware!
  • Sadly, Moseley park is not suitable for parking – check out their website for sleepover options.

Moseley Folk Festival is held in Moseley park which is a gorgeous 11-acre site in the heart of Moseley Village.  A great benefit of its central location is that you have super easy access to shops, restaurants, pubs and cash machines.  It’s only two miles from the centre of Birmingham so it’s very accessible from many locations.  Many of these local pubs will also be hosting artist performances as the festival flows over into the town.

This will be the 13th Moseley Folk Festival, showcasing the best traditional, contemporary and downright experimental folk and acoustic music from both unsigned acts and established artists.  It's a great annual event that continues to benefit the local area as well as raise the profile of Moseley as a highly desirable place to live.

Cover photo © Penny Mayes (cc-by-sa/2.0)