Head over to The Hare and Hounds where the Swiftogeddon storm will be rolling through to bring you one of the best club nights in Birmingham this Spring. More than just this hit, the Swifty-specific selectors will be going in on the DJ mixes, the deepcuts and the downright classic tunes.
Must-Visit Places this Spring in Birmingham
From foodie festivals and quirky comedy to baking competitions and rooftop sipping, Birmingham's spring events schedule is covering all bases this year. Whether you're looking to throw yourself into the season's best bits or take it in your stride, we've cultivated a list of the best events, parties and chill out spots in the city this season so you can make the most of the prettiest time of the year.
Taking up a plot in Digbeth, The Big Birmingham Bake is putting those mixing and decorating skills to the test with this fun and competitive cooking competition. The format may seem familiar: over the course of 90 minutes you'll have to craft something sweet and delicious in the hopes of being crowned top baker of the day.
Get a tour of the city's waterways on one of these unique springtime cruises. More than just a bit of sightseeing, you'll be treated to a picnic fitting of the occasion, featuring five different G&T combos, alongside canapes and cream-topped scones.
The sun's out and it's time to head out back into some of Birmingham's best beer gardens. Grab those pints and a mid-weight jacket and bask in some fresh air without having to curl up under the heaters.
The sun has finally poked its head out and its time to head for the rooftops and make the most of it. Grab a beer and take in the sights of the city at some of Birmingham's best rooftop bars, whether its a plush sky-high restaurant, or a bustling post-office hangout.
Taking in visits to at least three of Birmingham's best taprooms, this tour and tasting afternoon is the perfect way to see the city. Your friendly guide will make sure you're fed and watered at every stop, whether its The World, Purecraft or Burning Soul Brewery.
It's been a wild ride, but all good things must come to an end, and The Independent Birmingham Festival at The Bond is going out in style. Combining pop-up cocktail bars, eclectic live entertainment and some the finest food vendors in the midlands, it's set to be their biggest event yet.