The Solihull Summer Fest returns to Tudor Grange Park over August bank holiday weekend 2017. Each day will run from 12 midday until 10pm with live music, food and drink stands, children’s entertainment and an exclusive VIP area.

The Summer Fest is offering the people of Solihull the opportunity to experience the fun and excitement of a festival within their own town. With expected visitor numbers reaching 6,000 per day, this promises to be a fantastic event for all involved.

The festival line-up is now complete; featuring all-time favourites on Saturday 26th August such as Peter Andre, Lulu, Gabrielle and Lemar, as well as a blast from the past from Musical Youth, Reggie and Bollie from X Factor and world famous tribute artists Navi as Michael Jackson and The Upbeat Beatles.

Feeder will be headlining Sunday 27th August, with the return of The Wonder Stuff for a second year running. They will be joined by The Pigeon Detectives, Toploader, The Noisettes, Andy Bennett from Ocean Colour Scene and local Solihull bands 2 Week’s Notice, Chasing Deer and The Wedding Crashers.

Children’s activities across the weekend will cater for all ages and include face painting, glitter tattoos, fun fair rides, mascots and Help Harry bracelet making.

Street food vendors will be providing a huge choice of great quality food to suit all tastes, accompanied by several bars to include Real Ale.  For an extra sparkle, The Beech House will be running a festival prosecco and cocktail bar.

Exclusive VIP tickets include entry to the VIP area, a private bar, luxury toilets and gold circle access at the front of the stage.

Day tickets are just £30 for adults and £20 for children, with free entry for under 4 year olds. Weekend tickets and family passes are also available. Please visit

All ticket profits will be donated to Help Harry Help Others, a local cancer support charity set up in memory of the late schoolboy Harry Moseley who died in 2011, aged 11.

Help Harry Help Others is unique in its efforts to not only help find a cure for Brain Cancer but to also provide support to anyone who is affected by any type of cancer.

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