Kings Heath Hosts It’s First Street Festival This Sunday


Kings Heath will host it’s first ever street festival this weekend on York Road brining everyone in the community together for a end-of-summer bonanza like no other.

Organised by the Kings Heath BID the free and fun festival will take place on York Road in Kings Heath from 11AM – 8pm and will be a day-long celebration of everything that makes Kings Heath so unique.

Over 25 market stalls on the day will be bringing you the best local wares and produce. There will also be fun fair rides and many local businesses’ will be opening specially and providing lots of fun free games for you to get involved in.

Local musicians and bands will be taking centre stage providing live entertainment throughout the day.

The Street Festival organising team is made up of local business owners in Kings Heath, who are joining forces to offer a free day of fun for all the family. This will be the first Kings Heath Street Festival, and there are plans for it to be an annual event, as Kate Smart, Town Centre Manager, explains

“We are really excited to show Birmingham an event which we hope highlights all the great things about Kings Heath. The Street Festival is a project from many local businesses’ owners in Kings Heath. A lot of hard work has gone in to making the day possible and it’s something we hope will be a regular event. With the Street Festival we have tried to offer something for everyone, no matter what your age or interest, a bit like Kings Heath itself.”

York Road will be closed to traffic for most of September 7th and will be transformed for a free fun day, starting from 11am until 8pm. For more information about the Kings Heath Street Festival visit

Slider Image Credit: Elliot Brown

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