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Big John’s Birmingham Mela


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August 6, 2017
12:00 pmto8:00 pm

Big John’s Birmingham Mela celebrates the diversity of the South Asian Community in Birmingham through its culture, food, sport, art and entertainment. The festival is bigger and better than ever and there is something for everyone to celebrate.

This year the event is also celebrating the 70th Independence of Pakistan and India.

This is a free annual event and promises fun for the whole family. There will be funfair rides, fashion show, a sports area hosting sports activities, a bazaar with clothing, jewellery, music and craft stalls and a whole host of catering units selling traditional Asian food and is being hosted by Big John’s.

There will be live music throughout by  artists such as Superstar Abrar ul Haq, as well as other great entertainers Asif Khan, Hunterz, Imran Khan, Malkit Singh,  Rameet,  Roach Killa, Roma plus much more.

For more information visit www.BigJohnsBirminghamMela.com or call 0121 322 8850 / 07530612171

info@bigjohnsbirminghammela.com

twitter.com/BigJohnBhamMela

facebook.com/BigJohnsBirminghamMela

#BJBM17

Getting there         

By bus: buses from Birmingham City Centre 1, 35, 45, 47, 62 & 63
By car: parking is limited so it is not recommended to come by car. If you do chose to come there will be free parking at Holders Lane, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, Cannon Hill Park,  Warwickshire Country Cricket Ground & Calthorpe Park. Please be mindful of local residents and do not park in restricted areas.

If you are local why not walk to the park.

Birmingham Resilience Team will also be attending providing advice and information on being more prepared for emergencies and promoting Birmingham Community Alert.

 

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