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Solihull Town Center becomes center stage again for the Solihull Sort OfJazz Festival for the third year as part of the Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell Jazz and Blues Festival.

The festival is to take place from 20th – 22nd July 2018.

An open-air stage will be at the heart of the Solihull Festival with 9 free shows over the 3 days, this is accompanied with an international street food and drinks market bought to solihull by renowned market provides, R&R Events.

The fun doesn’t stop there, we also have 15 venues housing some funky beats over the weekend. Look out for more details about bands in The Core Theatre, Revolution Bar, Yates, The White Swan, Sevenoaks Sound and Vision, John Lewis, Slug and Lettuce, The Crowne Plaza Solihull, O’Neill’s, Ramada Solihull, Royal British Legion Solihull and the Masons Arms.

We are bringing the music, street food and drinks, all we need now is for you to bring your best dance moves. Get the date in your diary and we will see you there.



Line up

Friday 20th July 2018

1.30pm - Chickenbone John (Boston Tea Party) 

2.30pm - The Whiskey Brothers (The Core Theatre)

4pm – Bird and the Badman (Mell Square)

5pm - Chris Bowen (Revolution)

5.30pm - Suzi Woods (Yates)

6pm – Ricky Cool and the In Crowd (Mell Square)

6pm - Roy Forbes (Tap and Tandoor)

7pm - David Moore Blues Band (Flute and Flagon)

8pm - Deborah Rose & Simon King (The Beech House)


Saturday 21st July 2018

12pm – Budapest Ragtime Orchestra [Hungary] (Mell Square)

12pm - Chickenbone John (Sevenoaks Sound and Vision Solihull)

1pm - Suzi Woods (John Lewis Solihull) 

2pm – Red Lips (Mell Square)

4pm – The Catfish Kings  (Mell Square)

5pm - Sheila Waterfield (Crowne Plaza Solihull)

5pm - Grey Goose Blues Band (Slug and Lettuce Solihull)

6pm – SnapBack (Mell Square)


Sunday 22nd July 2018

12pm – Lola Lamour & The Blue Light Boys (Mell Square)

1pm - Sheila Waterfield (Ramada Solihull) 

1pm - Brooke Williams [USA] (Royal British Legion Solihull) 

2pm – The Wedding Crashers (Mell Square)

2pm - Phil Sayer Trio (Theatre Square, Touchwood) 

3pm - The Whiskey Brothers (O'Neill's Solihull) 

3.30pm – Union Avenue (Mell Square)

4pm - Brooke Williams [USA] (Masons Arms Solihull)

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