Moseley Festival Returns for 14th Year

Festival Ready with Fun & Colourful Signage

The line up to the Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival has been announced, as it returns to Birmingham for another year. The popular festival taking place from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 July, has once again partnered with Hollywood Monster to provide their signage solutions, in the run up and on the big weekend.

Well-known for presenting iconic up-and-coming artists in the idyllic Moseley Park, this years vibrant festival has decided to once again turn to sustainable options for their festival signage requirements, in the run up to the event and also for the three-day event itself. We are well-known for our high quality materials and service, which the organisers have previously experienced, and we are delighted to be working with them again and supporting this exciting event in our own hometown.

There’s a fantastic line up for this years 14th edition of the festival, welcoming New Zealand’s Fat Freddy’s Drop to the main stage. The Kiwi seven-piece embrace sunshine reggae, psychedelic soul, and R&B, earning them a sizeable clutch of international awards, stretching back over 20 years. Raised in Wolverhampton, Goldie first made his name as a graffiti artist, but quickly emerged as an inspiring musical force with the Timeless and Saturnz Return albums. With over 700,000 records sold worldwide, and over three million monthly listeners on Spotify, Jungle have been at the forefront of the UK music scene since 2014. For Mostly, the duo will be presenting Jungle DJ Set.

These are just a few of those performing alongside Mr. Scruff, Crazy P Soundsystem, songwriter Eva Lazarus, legendary DJ Norman Jay, Mafalda, JazzFM Award winner Emma Jean Thackray (DJ Set), Brum’s own rising TrueMendous, Heavy Beat Brass Band, British Asian producer Nikhil Beats, Toni, Re:Liah, Island :T, Leftfoot DJs and more.

We love to support local events such as the Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival and we are looking forward to joining in the fun over the weekend and seeing the festival in full swing.

To find out more, visit the Mostly Jazz website here; Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival | 7-9 July 2023