The Midlands Music Festival

The Midlands Music Festival is a pop festival made in Birmingham and hosted in Tamworth in the Castle Grounds. The festival combines great pop acts from the past such as Billy Ocean, Hot Chocolate and Hue and Cry, with great acts of today such as The Saturdays, JLS and Westlife.

We’ve had acts such as the Sugarbabes, BLUE and Lemar perform on previous festivals and the atmosphere and vibe is always fun and friendly.

The festival is organised predominately by the charity JustLife and  The Princes Trust

Sunday Menu

The Midlands Music Festival is a 2 day event, beginning on Saturday and ending on Sunday and the second of the two days is reserved for some of the best pop acts. If you enjoy listening to live music, from artists at the top of their game then Sunday is definitely the day for you.

The full line up for the day is as follows;

Westlife, The Saturdays, Scouting for Girls, Alexandra Burke, Chipmunk, Peter Andre, Taio Cruz, Olly Murs, Everybody Looks Famous, McLean, Twist and Pulse, The Wanted, DJ Ironik, Connected (BGT Finalists)

Westlife and The Saturdays will be headlining the show and you can expect to see a great performance from both with, Frankie, Mollie, Rochelle, Una and Vanessa lighting up the stage with their slick dance routines, infectious energy and bubbly pop songs. The Saturdays will be performing a few of their hits from their catalogue including EGO and Forever is Over.

And a quick shout out to a few of the companies who have lent their support to the event, including;

Saturday Menu

The lineup for Saturday’s event consisted mainly of pop acts from the 80’s and 90’s. The idea was to create a nostalgic feel and allow older members of the crowd to reminisce and enjoy throwback cuts of tunes they enjoyed back in the day.

The theme for Saturday is Back to Pop and the lineup features the following acts;

Billy Ocean, Hot Chocolate, Hue and Cry, Kajagoogoo, Level 42, Aswad, Sister Sledge, Shakatak, Alexander O’Neal, The Christians.

Billy Ocean will be performing hits from his legendary albums ‘Suddenly’ and ‘Love Zone’. Sister Sledge will be closing their set out with their smash ‘We Are Family’, while you can expect to hear Hue and Cry’s classic’ Labour of Love’ before their session comes to an end.

Saturday’s lineup is definitely for the mature reveller interested in some of the classic pop tunes from the previous era.