Independent Birmingham Festival at Aston Hall on 21-22 July

The full food and drink line-up for the Independent Birmingham Festival at Aston Hall on 21-22 July has been announced, and it’s unbelievably good! 

Full food/drink line-up: The Meat Shack, BoneHead, Michelin starred Hampton Manor, 40 St Paul’s, Low ‘N’ Slow, The Prince of Wales, The Flying Cows, Laghi’s Deli, Buddha Belly, Burning Soul Brewing, Peel and Stone pizzas, The Indian Brewery, Loki Wine, The Wolf, Wayland’s Yard, The Vanguard at 1000 Trades, Habaneros, Arch 13, Faculty, The Bournville Waffle Company, Street Chef, U-Juice, Quarter Horse Coffee, Pietanic, The Warehouse Cafe, Cake Doctor.

In addition to this we’ve got 2 indoor market halls packed with the city’s finest independent retailers, artists, designers and makers, and live music all weekend from local bands. This event is dog friendly, so there will be loads of fluffy pups to stroke too! 

Retail line-up: Anderson & Hill, Bake, Brumhaus, Chiddlers Boutique, Lint & Thread, Dot Moth Studio, Fudge Box, Hannah Kyriakou Design, Hookway’s Salads, Ikon Gallery Bookshop, Jam Vs Custard, Currentstate Studio, Kate Gilliland Jewellery, Known as Unknown, Koo Arts, Mini Mini, Minima, No 50., Peel & Stone Bakery, Pin Game, Pip’s Hot Sauce, Provide, Spectacle Emporium, Abbie Gaiger.

Live music line-up: Pistol Pete Wearn, R John Webb (Of Rhino and The Ranters), Bostin’ Brass, Martyn Nelson & The Rhythm Remedies, Delta Autumn, Harry and The Howlers, Three Step Manoeuvre, Las Anteojeras Pico, The Heels, Call Me Unique.

More info about the event:

Following the huge success of last year’s sold out Independent Birmingham Festival At Aston Hall (where upon 2000 people descended on the beautiful heritage site for a fun-filled day of feasting, drinking, shopping local and rocking out to live music on our main stage), we’re bringing this fantastic event back – and making it even bigger, and even better!

Join us on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July for another great IB festival, this time at the truly iconic Aston Hall. If you managed to get tickets to our previous sold out events, you’ll know what we’re all about. If it’s your first time, then you can expect a spectacular line-up of pop-up restaurants, cocktail bars, street food, craft beer, fine wine, coffee, independent retailers, and live music from local bands on our main stage. Our previous festivals have all had amazing line-ups, and once again we’ve curated a ridiculously awesome line-up for this event (seriously folks, it’s really is something special). You won’t want to miss it!

Mouth-watering food, delicious cocktails, fine wine and craft beer, a roster of the finest independent retailers, artists, designers and makers, and local bands rocking out on our main stage – sounds like an incredible event to us. We’ll see you all there.

Tickets cost just £10 and can be purchased at: 

Note: Half the tickets are now gone. 

Children under 12 go free, no ticket required.