What's on

With great open spaces and parks, it’s little wonder that there are so many events and activities in Solihull every year.

Use our What’s On calendar to see what’s happening across the borough.

Please note: Solihull Council is not responsible for organising all the events/activities in the calendar. Please check the details in the individual listing and contact the organiser to make sure the event/activity is going ahead. We will only announce cancelled events on our Facebook and Twitter accounts if they are organised by the Council.

If you're planning on holding an event in one of our parks or Solihull town centre please complete our events enquiry form.

For the latest business support events and information visit www.solihullforsuccess.com.

For visitor information, including major events, tourist attractions and hotel accommodation within Solihull visit www.destinationsolihull.com.

Upcoming events

Friday 27 September
Solihull Food and Drink Festival

Mell Square, Solihull, Friday to Sunday open from10.00am each day

Celebrate the best of worldwide cuisine at the Solihull Food and Drink Festival, organised by Solihull BID.  With over 100 food and drink traders in Solihull, visitors will be spoilt for choice! 

The popular demo kitchen is back, offering free culinary masterclasses from local Michelin-starred chefs Glyn Purnell and Peel’s Restaurant and Hampton Manor Hotel’s Rob Palmer; former Bake-Off contestants Jon Jenkins and Val Stones, and CBBC’s Katy Ashworth.

Other attractions include a new rum and reggae zone; free outdoor cinema showing food-themed family films; taster tent, entertainment including live music and a dining discount booklet.  For more information visit https://solihullbid.co.uk/events/

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Saturday 28 September
Kingshurst Literary Litter Pickers

Kingshurst Library, Kingshurst, 10.30am to 12.00pm

The Kingshurst Literary Litter Pickers were set up since in mid 2018 and meets once a month to do litter picks round the Parade and areas around Kingshurst and St Anthony’s Schools. In three months we, along with the Smiths Wood litter pickers cleared over 10 tonnes of rubbish. We are very keen for parents and particularly primary age children to be involved and try and include all members of our community. We host it in the library as it also helps to promote their services. All the equipment is provided through Love Solihull, which is part of Solihull Council

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