Calling all creative patrons and cash strapped adventurers in Birmingham, are you looking for a Summer event that offers more than your yearly fill of unique events, food and culture for the sumptuous price of absolutly NADA? Hailed as the point where the 'industrial meets creativity', Warwick Bar is a canal surrounded area of Digbeth just outside of Birmingham city centre that encompasses a flourishing community of artists and workshops; and is host again to a yearly collective of culture and activities at their Summer Fete. 

Not your typical Summer Fete, Warwick Bar is a strictly non-apple bobbing affair, with a whole of other exciting events to entice you instead this coming Saturday 27th July between 12-6pm.

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Art, culture and food? Once again, Digbeth and Warwick Bar prove their worth on Birmingham's creative scene.

From a pedal powered cinema by Flatpack and Bike North and a Mohito cocktail bar from Edible Eastside to an aerial theatre performance' Warwick Bar Summer Fete promise you'll be rubbing shoulders with some of Birmingham's most creative souls. And just because you haven't been able to make the weekly street food nights at Birmingham warehouse bar, Spotlight, doesn't mean you should miss out on this booming new industry. Inviting Digbeth Dining Club along for the ride, Warwick Bar Summer Fete will be joined by trendy street food patrons The Meat Shack and The Mexican Bean.

So get out of that tent and wipe away those post-Glasto tears that you have loitering on your cheek as Warwick Bar Summer Fete promise a street event and fun festival feel you wont forget in a fuss.