Most frequent questions and answers
The Birchfield Jazz Festival is a celebratory weekend of free live music based at St Mary’s Church in Handsworth Birmingham in the month of July. Following a successful launch in 2017, the festival returns in 2018, and hopes to become a permanent fixture for many years to come.
Founded by acclaimed and award-winning musicians Lekan Babalola and Kate Luxmoore through the Ifa Yoruba Contemporary Arts Trust, this jazz inspired weekend aims to showcase established national and international artists, as well as Birmingham based musicians and the diversity they represent. We always look forward getting the community involved in celebrating the musical roots of these talented artists and discovering their Jazz influences.
This is year, the festival will be held over two days –
Friday 27th July | 6.30pm – 10.15pm
Saturday 28th July | 4.30pm – 10.30pm
We advise getting to the venue at least 10 minutes before performances start to ensure a spot!
The festival will be held at St Marys Church (Hall), Hampstead Hall, Handsworth, Birmingham, B20 2RW.
Tickets are completely free!
You can reserve your free tickets via our Eventbrite page: https://birchfieldfestival2018.eventbrite.co.uk.
None at all – everyone is welcome!
This year’s line – up is now complete, but please do get in touch and let us know if you’d perhaps like to get involved at next year’s event and we’ll see what we can do.
There are a number of ways you can get in touch –
You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Or pick up the phone and call 07846 325482
Or if social media is your preference, reach out to us via these platforms:
Facebook: Birchfield Jazz Festival | Twitter: @BirchfieldJazz | Instagram: iycatuk
And finally, you can get in touch via the form on our dedicated Contact Page.