Moseley Folk Festival 2013 Overview
Now in its eight year, the Moseley Folk Festival showcases unsigned acts right next to well established international artists makes for a really exciting bill. It is is very much a family friendly event with activities for all ages.
Artists booked to appear include TBC!
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Moseley Folk Festival 2013 Travel Info
Travel to Birmingham New St or Birmingham Moor St then catch the No.50 bus from opposite Moor Street Station into Moseley.
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 around midnight.
Travel to Digbeth Coach Station then catch the No.50 bus from the top of Digbeth High Street into Moseley.
From the South
Take Junction 3 off the M42 sign posted 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 and 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.
Moseley Folk Festival 2013 Hotels
Moseley Folk Festival 2013 Food and Drink
You’ll find a well stocked real ale and cider bar complemented with fine locally sourced foods including organic roast pig, freshly made falafels, smoked fish, crêpes, award-winning Thali and Caribbean delicacies.