Moseley Folk Festival returns to the leafy suburb of Moseley for the 14th year. Set in the idyllic setting of Moseley private park the festival has become a stalwart of the Birmingham summer calendar with festival goers travelling from all over the world to catch some of the world's biggest artists in this beautifully intimate setting.
Showcasing unsigned acts right next to well established international artists makes for a really exciting bill. Moseley is very much a family friendly event with activities for all ages.
Moseley Folk Festival is held in Moseley Park, a stunning 11-acre woodland glade in the heart of Moseley Village. Although it’s just 2 miles from the centre of Birmingham it is a world away from city life. It is the perfect setting for a festival as the ground slopes down into a natural amphitheatre in front of a stunning lake. Moseley Park is in the heart of Moseley Village with plenty of shops, newsagents, restaurants, pubs and cash machines.
Sam Lee & Friends
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Jacqui McShee's Pentangle
Mark Radcliffe Galleon Blast
Cecil Sharp House Folk Choir, Rhino & The Ranters
This Is The Kit
The Fair Rain
The IndoSwiss Duo
Travel to and from festivals is the biggest contributor to our carbon footprint so please consider using alternative transport. We are just a 10 minute bus ride from New Street and Moor Street train stations. The No.50 bus runs approximately every 10 minutes from opposite Moor Street Station and the top of Digbeth High Street and stops just opposite the festival entrance.
Despite our best efforts we have been unable to arrange dedicated parking. The surrounding streets are residential and parking is limited. We’d recommend parking just outside Moseley in neighbouring Balsall Heath or Kings Heath. The No.50 bus will take you easily from your car to the festival and back.