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Saturday Sounds in the Gardens: Soul Picnic July 1st

July 1st, 2023,5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Soul Sessions Brum – an evening of soul in the Gardens

An evening of Soul Music from six young but established different artists from across the city.

The ever active Soul Sessions Brum are our guest curators offering a fine evening of soulful music and chilled atmosphere in a beautiful outdoors space, good vibes are guaranteed for all.

The natural amphitheatre of the ClaireVoie space in the Gardens is the intimate space for the stage for this Saturday’s outing. Guest artists so far are :

Kezia Soul , Collective Sleep, Kzam , Ryan Sloan and Livvie Wilkes

There are many wonderful aspects to Soul Music. Since the term was first used in the 1960’s it’s been used to describe many subgenres but what they all have in common is that the artist has something meaningful to say. Find our more about the artists and SoulSessionsBrum here

https://www.facebook.com/soulsessionsbrum

What to expect:

These historic gardens have always hosted live music and we are delighted to continue the tradition. The weekend atmosphere will be warm and relaxed.

The vibe – a festival for friends.

The music- always excellent.

The Line Up so far

Doors 5PM:Olivia Wilkes – 6PM-6.30PMRyan Sloan – 6.40PM-7.10PMKZAM – 7.25PM – 8PMCollective Sleep – 8.15-9PMKezia Soul – 9PM-9.35PM

Tickets

£12 (plus £1.08 booking fee)

Tickets are limited, so do prebook – very limited numbers on the door. – last entry 7.30pm

Bar and food available from 5.30pm

Chairs will be provided, or bring a blanket. NB this event is entirely outdoors.

Venue

Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Trust
Chester Road, Castle Bromwich
Birmingham, England B36 9BT United Kingdom

8 Comments

  1. Good afternoon,
    I am looking to bring my mom to the outside events who is severely disabled, is there full wheelchair access?
    Thanks
    Siobhan

    • Hi,
      Glad your mum wants to come to our outdoor events.
      The Gardens are generally accessible, but not always ideally. Paths are ‘hoggin’, which means compacted gravel, but there are many loose stones. The paths can be a little steep in parts (not like a wild area, but pushng a manual wheelchair up can be a little hard – depending on weight of chair)
      The garden has many grassed areas and paths. These too are sometimes uneven.
      Having said that most people in manual or motorised chairs manage perfectly well in the gardens. outside the walls may be more difficult – this is a much wilder area and quite uneven and lumpy ground.
      the Melon Ground Sessions are easilet accessible as they are near the entrance of the Gardens
      The Saturday Sounds are further away, with sloping areas – but we can show the flatter access path.
      Other music and theatre events tend ot be on the main lawn… flat but uneven.

      There is a disabled access toilet. Its quite an old design… but usable. we’re saving up for new toilets:))
      Hope that helps

    • Yes. Pretty well all our evetns are dog friendly – dogs on shortleads in the gardens please – (and take home you doggy poo bags please)

    • Yes no problem, but please dont bring more than one bottle of alcohol per groups – we have plenty of wine and bottled beers on sale on th night. Obviously we hope you might buy our food and snacks during the evening too… its how the charity survives to put such events on and keep the prices low.. :))

    • bringing your own chairs is fine.
      the ClaireVoie is a limited space, surrounded by trees and grass pathways but probably room around and in front of the stage to dance :)). We dont know how many people there will be in the audience – there are bigger spaces we can move to.Hope that helps

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