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Moseley Park

Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival Travel and Directions

Friday 10th - Sunday 12th July 2020

Moseley Park in Birmingham

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Moseley Park

B13 8DD

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Travel to/from Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival

Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival is held at Moseley Park. The address of Moseley Park is Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8DD.

Alcester Road


B13 8DD


Moseley Park is situated just off Alcester Road, Birmingham B13 8DD. The festival entrance is located just between Dixon’s Estate Agents and O’Neils Public House and opposite the Co-Operative supermarket.


By Bus

The festival is only 2 miles south of Birmingham City centre and is best reached by bus. The No.50 bus runs approximately every 10 minutes and takes roughly 10 minutes to reach Moseley (the Sunday service is slightly less frequent). You can get the No. 50 bus from opposite Moor Street Station or the top of Digbeth High Street. The No. 50 runs until just before midnight.

By Train

Travel to either Birmingham New St. Station or Birmingham Moor St. Station then catch the No.50 bus into Moseley.

By Coach

Travel to Digbeth Coach Station then catch the No.50 bus into Moseley.

By Car

Travel to and from our festival is the biggest contributor to our carbon footprint so please consider this when selecting your method of transport. We will be posting some greener options below for you to consider as and when they are confirmed.

Car Pooling

We are pleased to be working with for Mostly Jazz 2019 as part of our green initiative drive. You can offer or request a lift by visiting our landing page here on

From the South:

Take Junction 3 off the M42 signposted A435 Birmingham South. Follow the A435 approximately 7 miles into Moseley.

From the North:

Take Junction 6 off the M6 signposted A38M Birmingham Centre. Follow the A38 through Birmigham Centre and head south. At the junction by Edgbaston Cricket Ground turn left. Drive past the cricket ground, go straight on at the roundabout up Salisbury Rd into Moseley.


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.

Disabled Access Information

Access & Disability

Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival is a small music festival for approximately 3000 people, set in a private park in a suburb of Birmingham. The site is on a slope and the terrain is mostly grass and can be uneven. There is a loose dirt/gravel path leading from the entrance to the arena and food stalls.



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

The festival 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.


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