Set in the beautiful landscape of Moseley's private park in Birmingham the festival brings an eclectic weekend of music with a whole host of international and local artists.
Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival returns for its 8th installment! Last year saw the likes of De La Soul, George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, Booker T. Jones, Average White Band, Grandmaster Flash, Craig Charles, Blackalicious plus much more take to the stage.
Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul 2017 is already looking special so make sure you're ahead of the curve and pick up tickets when they go on sale in the coming weeks.
'With the emphasis on funky good times....This event has bloomed' - The Daily Telegraph
'A really cool thing' - Nile Rogers
Disabled Access Information
A Personal Assistant wristband is available free of charge if you are a deaf or disabled person who requires assistance to access the festival. You will need to buy your ticket as normal and email us proof of purchase, for example – a copy of the E-Ticket . You will also need to supply proof of eligibility, this might be
-Front page of DLA / PIP (no specific rate)
– Front page of Attendance Allowance letter (no specific rate)
– Evidence of being registered severely sight impaired (blind)
– Recognised Assistance Dog ID card
We will review applications without the listed evidence on a case-by-case basis.
Please note temporary injuries, illnesses and pregnancy do not qualify under the PA scheme.
Applications are limited to one PA per person.
Personal Assistant tickets are not issued in advance. You will be sent an email confirming eligibility which you will present at the ticket desk/box office on arrival. Your PA will then be issued with a wristband when you collect yours.
To register please email john (@) mostlyjazz.co.uk no later than 20th June 2017.
There are no car parks at the festival. It is located in a busy suburban village with limited street parking. There is a small pay & display car park 5 minutes walk away.
Taxis will be able to drop you fairly near to the festival entrance on the Alcester Road in Moseley opposite The Co-Op.
The No. 50 bus from Birmingham City centre stops opposite the festival entrance. It takes approximately 15 minutes dependant on traffic and runs all day – every 10 minutes, slightly less frequently on a Sunday – until just before midnight.
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The site slopes gently towards the stage, amphitheatre style which makes viewing from most areas very clear. The front section is for those wanting to sit on the floor, the use of camping chairs and seating is strictly limited to the rear half, these are clearly marked. We recommend arriving early to secure the best position, particularly if you are in a group. We also have a disabled viewing area, as space is limited, you can reserve up to 2 places for yourself and your personal assistant. We do not provide seating at the festival so please bring your own.
Toilets: There is a disabled access toilet in the toilet area located to the right of the bar area. It is approximately 75 metres from the Disabled Viewing Area.
Water: Bottled water is on sale at the bar and several of the catering stalls.
First Aiders are situated at the entrance to the bar area throughout the duration of the festival for any medical emergencies.
If you have any other questions that aren’t answered here please don’t hesitate to contact us john (@) mostlyjazz.co.uk – subject heading ‘Access’.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below