Wow! What an incredible weekend!
It felt like the entirety of Brum’s foodies were at the Independent Birmingham Festival at Aston Hall. The wonderful and iconic Jacobean manor was the perfect location for this glorious celebration of Birmingham’s marvellous independent scene. There was great food and drink aplenty (for our pop-up indie restaurants, bars and street food traders), two indoor market hall packed with the city’s finest indie retailers, artists, and makers, and then on top of that, incredible live music from local bands. It was a beautiful weekend and we’d like to thank everyone who attended and supported our event (it means a lot to us), and everyone who made the festival possible
So get ready to relive the awesome time you had at IB festival in pictures, captured through the lens of Jack Spicer Adams. Then keep a look out for the announcement of our next event (coming soon…). Enjoy!
And that’s it folks. We hope you had a blast re-living the IB festival. If you had a great time at this latest event, then be sure to keep a look out for the announcement of our next festival (coming soon…).
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