B:Music is delighted to be bringing FREE live music to the Victoria Square Festival Site to support the Commonwealth Games.
Indigo Marshall will be performing at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony and we're psyched she's agreed to appear for B:Music too!
One year ago Brummie singer Indigo brought the house DOWN at our re-opening weekend, now her voice will be heard at the newly-redeveloped Alexander Stadium in front of a live audience of over 30,000 people and a television audience of over a billion.
Also performing will be Tom Aspaul and Kezia Soul who each recorded a special Watch Party in an empty Symphony Hall for audiences at home during the pandemic, a very special Birmingham Sounds in the Round hosted by British Country Music Association Duo of the Year Gasoline & Matches and Muntu Valdo who appeared live on the new Jennifer Blackwell stage at Symphony Hall in partnership with Celebrating Sanctuary last year.
B:Music will also be hosting special family sessions including an Accessible Ceilidh and Family Jam
B:Music are looking forward to working alongside other local and independent music promoters and producers across the city to contribute to the programme of performances taking place in Victoria Square, on the doorstep of Town Hall, during the period that the Commonwealth Games are taking place. We’re looking forward to showcasing a range of musical talent from the city and wider region during a period of time when the world will be welcomed to Birmingham
Nick Reed: CEO, B:Music