The Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival returns with three days of open air mostly contemporary jazz, funk and soul music to the surroundings of Moseley Park, Birmingham from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th July 2016.
George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, De La Soul, Average White Band, Booker T. Jones, Craig Charles, Grandmaster Flash, Blackalicious, Eska, Fatima & The Eglo Band, Brian Auger, Brian Augers’ Oblivion Express Feat. Alex Ligertwood, Jalen N’gonda, Nick Pride & The Pimptones, The Hot 8 Brass Band, Nubiyan Twist, Pete Josef, Alternative Dubstep Orchestra, Birmingham Jazz Orchestra, Wyles And Simpson, Bostin’ Brass, Trope, Call Me Unique, Nick Pride & The Pimptones, Stone Foundation, Jalen N'gonda, Beat Goes Bang, Ben Lee Quintet, Blind Monk Trio, Bryan Corbett Quartet, Jack Tyson Charles, Break Hip Hop Showcase, Zoe Gilby, Family Ranks, Lucas D And The Groove Ghetto, DJ Maseo (DE La Soul), Guy Carlos & E Double D, and Craig Charles & Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul DJs.
A weekend ticket is priced at £95. An adult day ticket is priced at £42 for Friday, with Saturday or Sunday tickets sold out. Tickets for children aged 12-15 years (when accompanied by a paying adult) are priced at £19 for a Friday, Saturday or Sunday day ticket, or £43 for a weekend ticket. Children aged under 12 go free when accompanied by a paying adult. Family weekend (£199) and two day ticket options (£72) are also available. Prices do not include booking fees..
The festival will have two stages side by side, the second of which will feature up and coming talent. There will also be films, artist talks, music workshops, jazz dance performances, live comedy and spoken word.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in and around Birmingham.
More information will be here when available.
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