Digbeth Dining Club, Birmingham’s independent food kings, have teamed up with dank-swag club brand MOHO for an arts-centric takeover hosted by ‘This Is Street’ – a new addition to the city’s growing line-up of creative thinkers and culturally conscious brands. So far very little has been announced but expect street sounds, food, art and a bit of street fashion to take over Digbeth on Sunday April 1st.
The Easter Sunday festival will be a celebration of all things ‘street culture’, inviting down the most innovative brands and vendors from across Birmingham and the UK. Expect delectable realness from Fancy Fries, Baked in Brick, Patty Freaks, Middle Feast, Buddha Belly and more, with a host of other stalls presenting a wide array garms and curios, pints and prints.
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In line with the announcement comes the chance to win some serious prizing too; the collaborative effort giving away a meaty 10 tickets for free. Keep an eye on the prize as plenty more surprises are sure to be in store too.
With two stalwart Birmingham brands in cahoots exceptional results seem imminent – get on board to inject some fire beats and quality culture into your Easter Sunday plans.
An avid appreciator and scholar of music & the arts, working towards an MA Degree in Musicology. Alongside review and interview pieces, Kristian has an eye for extensive feature work too; playing into themes around locality, identity, scenes, and subcultures, and their changing nature in the face of technology and globalisation.