Foodies Festival Returns To Birmingham With Exciting Launch Of New Music Stage
Back by popular demand, Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink, returns to Cannon Hill Park on the 22, 23, 24 June with a mouth-watering summer event, which this year includes the launch of a brand new Musicians Against Homelessness music stage and extended opening times.
The festival will celebrate live music into the night on the newly launched stage with performances from much-loved headliner Toploader, power pop group Dodgy and hugely admired band The Hoosiers. Supported by Musicians Against Homelessness, the live music stage will see talented emerging bands and solo artists perform with tickets raising money for UK-wide homelessness charity Crisis.
Alan McGee, Patron of Musicians Against Homelessness, said: “Foodies Festival is the UK’s largest food and drink festival and with such fantastic summer events it seemed a natural link to partner with a festival that reaches the hearts of so many local communities. In turn, we’re confident that they can help us raise awareness and funds for our homelessness charity Crisis by bringing popular headliner bands to their stages alongside some of the country’s best unsigned musical talent.”
An all-star line up will be cooking up a storm in the Chef’s Theatre, including My Kitchen Rules host Glynn Purnell and Michelin-starred chefs Brad Carter of Carters of Moseley and Rob Palmer of Peels Restaurants as well as Great British Bake Off finalist 2017 Steven Carter Bailey to name but a few, all offering recipe secrets and tips to take home.
Fantastic live music adds the cherry on top of an unrivalled foodie feast, proving there’s no better place to be this summer than Foodies Festival – a gastronomic Glastonbury!
Cannon Hill Park Birmingham – 22, 23, 24 June
Tickets are on sale now at www.foodiesfestival.com and 0844 9951111
Children aged 12 and under go free on early bird tickets to all Foodies Festivals when accompanied by an adult.