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Solihull events for June and July 2021

If you’re champing at the bit to get out and about once more then have a look at what’s going on in the local area over the next couple of months. Just bear in mind events may still be subject to change, depending on what happens with COVID.

Wimbledon Big Screen in Solihull
5-11 July
Mell Square Solihull

The large screen, located in Mell Square, will show the final week of the Wimbledon tennis championships as the tournament reaches its thrilling conclusion. There will be deckchairs and benches available so you can sit back, relax and get into the Wimbledon spirit right here in Solihull.


Welcome back to Solihull Party
15 July
Solihull Town Centre

You'll be able enjoy a range of food and drink from the Continental Food & Drink Market and then sit back and relax with some live music on the main stage in Mell Square. Rats In The Kitchen, the World's number one UB40 tribute band, will be performing live.


Outdoor Tabletop Sale
17 July 10am – 1pm
Knowle Village Hall Forecourt

The Knowle Village Hall Association invites you to visit our Outdoor Sale (Weather and Covid regulations allowing) and find a bargain. All proceeds to the Knowle Village Hall Refurbishment Fund.


Solihull ‘Sort Of’ Jazz Festival
16-18 July
Solihull Town Centre

The main stage in Mell Square and a number of venues across Solihull town centre will be hosting music across the weekend with a Continental Food & Drink Market accompanying the tunes.


Open Air Cinema - Bohemian Rhapsody
23 July, 5.30pm – 10.30pm
Tudor Grange Park

Following the film there will be a LIVE performance by Killer Queen. Food vendors and fully licensed bars will be available. Adults £10, children £7.50. To book please visit tkt.to/bohemianrhapsody


I hope you get to experience some of these local events. Please click here to see the latest edition of the Knowle & Dorridge Directory or the Solihull Index.

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