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B:Music is proud to announce the return of Mostly Jazz Festival in 2023 and their continued partnership in this fantastic celebration of music in the heart of the West Midlands.

Showcasing unsigned acts right next to well-established international artists makes for a really exciting bill. A festival for all, having one of the most diverse festival crowds with plenty for you to discover.

With the aim of supporting the next generation of creative people and providing educational opportunities to develop their talents and interest, so it’s no surprise that the line-up features artists familiar to the Symphony Hall and Town Hall stages alongside participants from B:Music’s talent development programmes.

B:Music’s Programme Producer for Jazz & Emerging Talent, Alex Carr, said: “It was a great honour to be asked to programme the Saturday of the festival. This year we wanted to showcase some of the best in new talent and, of course, celebrate the party atmosphere! The artists chosen for this year’s B:Music line up are ones of sublime skill. This promises to be an awesome day for everyone!”

The B:Music line-up currently features: Boca 45, Young Silver Gun Fox, Gabriella Liandu, Lara Jones, Lucas D & The Ghetto Groove and B:Music’s own talent development for 11-19 year olds, B:and Together – Jazz.

Part of B:Music's mission is to inspire a love of live music, through performance across Birmingham and beyond. We believe music has the power to transform and change lives whilst bringing people together for a shared experience. With Mostly Jazz Festival’s diverse and vibrant line-up, celebrating ground-breaking, innovative UK music alongside international trailblazers, B:Music is a proud to be part of what promises to be an exciting Friday and weekend.

And of course, don’t miss the B:Music stage as part of the Saturday line-up!

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