The Button Factory in the Jewellery Quarter is preparing for a busy Summer with the launch of their stunning new 350 capacity, outdoor space ‘’The Yard’’. The Yard launches on Saturday 13th May with live music from Radio 6’s very own, Sam Redmore and his sensational band, The Tropical Soundclash All-Stars alongside guest DJs Anthony Duffy & Zuanella. The event will also feature an open fire BBQ from street food legends Low ‘N’ Slow.
The Yard, which features a new retractable roof, will play host to a series of fantastic live music, DJ and food events throughout the Summer. Events include Brunch Club, Selextorhood Festival on 27th May and a specially curated programme “Summer in the City” which launches from 3rd June, with each event focussing on a different city from around the world.
Situated in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, The Button Factory has restored and extended one of the quarter’s traditional buildings. Sympathetic to the original design, The Button Factory’s welcoming environment provides the perfect sanctuary all day long, from a coffee in the morning to a bottomless brunch on the weekend to late-night dinner and cocktails.
General manager Matt Coppell says ‘’We are so excited to finally get this space up and running to its full potential. Sam Redmore and the Tropical Soundclash will be kicking things off in style on the 13th. We just can’t wait to have busy Summer and celebrate being such an exciting space in the heart of the jewellery quarter!’’
The Yard Launch Party kicks off at 6pm on Saturday 13th May with Sam Redmore’s Tropical Soundclash going live at 9pm and DJs playing throughout the evening until 11pm.
Speaking of the launch party, Low ‘N’ Slow’s Andy Stubbs says “For the launch I’m super excited to work with the team at the Button Factory and bring the new courtyard to life on the 13th, with a special menu cooking whole lamb Al Asador. The menu will be served street food style with us returning to our roots, bringing in some friends and serving our amazing tacos. Keep your eyes peeled to the socials for the full menu.”