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Moseley Festival '09

This year's Moseley Festival aims to be the biggest ever featuring over 80 creative and community events across Moseley over 10 days between 26th June - 5th July 2009.

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Moseley Festival is an annual community event which has being running for over 30 years bringing together the creative community in Moseley and surrounding areas including visual arts, live music, theatre and dance.

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Moseley Festival market day

The market day is the annual highlight of the festival and takes place on Saturday 27th June 2009. Hundreds of stalls pack the streets combining the award winning Moseley farmers market and a street fair featuring arts, crafts and community stalls.

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Moseley Festival (photo by Mike Cummins)

Music, arts and beer

Other festival highlights include a concert in St Mary’s Church celebrating the music of Handel, a four-day beer festival at The Prince of Wales pub; an arts trail exploring studios, houses and installations around central Moseley and a drama, dance and music festival at Queensbridge School.

In addition, Moseley’s local businesses, restaurants, galleries and public houses will be hosting special events throughout the festival.

See the full lineup of over 80 events on the official Moseley Festival website.

last updated: 08/06/2009 at 17:40
created: 08/06/2009

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