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Across the city look out for our seven Neighbourhood Festival Sites, which are being produced by and for local residents. These sites are bringing the Games experience right to the doorsteps of Birmingham residents.

Victoria Square Festival Site

Victoria Square will be the beating heart of the City Centre Festival Sites, where you can join in with Sunrise Stretch Sessions, or bring the family in for a dance off with Perry.

Neighbourhood Festival Sites

Across the city look out for our seven Neighbourhood Festival Sites, which are being produced by and for local residents. These sites are bringing the Games experience right to the doorsteps of Birmingham residents.

The neighbourhood sites even include the first ever Relaxed Festival Site at a Commonwealth Games. This will be located in Touchbase Pears in Selly Oak and will provide support to people with complex disabilities.

28 - 29 July - Farnborough Fields, Castle Vale

29 - 30 July - Sense Touchbase Pears, Selly Oak (Relaxed Festival Site)

30 - 31 July - Sparkhill Park, Sparkhill

1 - 2 August - Edgbaston Reservoir, Edgbaston

3 - 4 August - Oaklands Recreation Ground, Yardley

5 - 6 August - Handsworth Park, Handsworth

7 - 8 August - Ward End Park, Ward End

Festival Sites in the West Midlands and beyond

Ten towns and cities across the West Midlands region and beyond will also be hosting Festival Sites to celebrate the Commonwealth Games.

The ten sites are being produced and managed by local authorities in areas where competition venues are located such as Coventry, Solihull, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton, plus Tamworth and Telford are set to join in the celebrations with a Festival Sites of their own.


24 July – 8 August - Celebrating 10-years Festival Site, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

28 July – 8 August - Coventry Festival Site, Assembly Festival Garden, Little Park St, Coventry

28 July – 8 August - Tamworth Festival Site, Castle Grounds, Holloway

29 July – 5 August - ​Solihull Festival Site, Mell Square and ​Theatre Square

28 July – 8 August - Warwickshire Festival Site, Pump Room Gardens, Leamington Spa

28 July – 8 August - Warwick Festival Site, Market Place, Warwick

25 July – 8 August - Sandwell Festival Site, Sandwell Valley Showground, Salter's Ln, West Bromwich

28 July – 8 August - Telford Festival Site, Southwater One Telford St Quentin Gate, Telford

1 August - Dudley Festival Site, Huntingtree Park, Halesowen

2 August - Dudley Festival Site, Silver Jubilee Park, Coseley

3 August - Dudley Festival Site, Mary Stevens Park, Heath Lane

4 August - Dudley Festival Site, Stone Street Square, Dudley

4 August - Dudley Festival Site, Vicar Street Gardens, Sedgley

4 August - Wolverhampton Festival Site, Market Square, Wolverhampton

5 August - Dudley Festival Site, The Dell Stadium, Brierley Hill

6 August - Dudley Festival Site, Stevens Park, Quarry Bank

7 August - Dudley Festival Site, Himley Hall and Park, Himley

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