The Independent Birmingham Festival

The Bond


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Saturday 13 May 2017
12:00 - 18:00
Tickets from £5
Festival, Food & Drink, Something A Little Different, Pop-Up
Digbeth
All ages welcome (under 12's can enter the event free of charge, no ticket is required)

That’s right folks, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for - The Independent Birmingham Festival.

On Saturday 13th May (12pm - 6pm), the Independent Birmingham Festival will be taking place at The Bond Company, Digbeth, showcasing the very best of Birmingham’s independent restaurants, bars, pubs, street food traders, retailers, artists, designers, musicians, makers and more in a day-long celebration of all that is great about our city.

Having begun life as a website and guide to independent culture in Birmingham, actively encouraging people to explore Brum’s lesser-known aspects and rediscover their city, Independent Birmingham then went on to create the Independent Birmingham Membership Card. The IBcard is now owned by over 15,000 people, acting as a key to the city and entitling cardholders to fantastic discounts and deals at over 95 of the very best independents in Birmingham. The website and the Independent Birmingham Membership Card both act to encourage the people of Birmingham to support local, celebrate the unique and to Believe In Birmingham.

Now we're teaming up with the brilliant Birmingham Seasonal Markets for the next step in this revolution of local - The Independent Birmingham Festival.

So, what’s so special about The Independent Birmingham Festival then? Glad you asked. To differentiate this event from others, we’ve curated a line-up of high-end independent restaurant pop-ups, alongside having the best bars in Brum shaking up the drinks and multi award-winning street food vendors serving up tasty grub. What’s more, the finest coffee in Birmingham will also be available to sip as you peruse the indoor market hall packed with the best independent retailers, artists, designers and makers to be found in our city.

In addition to incredible food and drink from the very best independent restaurants, street food traders and bars in Brum, there will also be a programme of live music (among other things) taking place throughout the day so as to keep you all entertained whilst stuffing your faces on some of the very best grub in Brum and sipping on cocktails and craft beer.

The festival will take place between 12pm - 6pm at The Bond, with restaurant pop-ups, street food, cocktails, craft beer, local artists, designers and retailers showcasing why Birmingham is so great.

Tickets cost just £8 (children under 12 go free).

Keep a look out on both our Facebook and Twitter pages to find out which of Brum’s brilliant independents will be joining us for this celebration of local and what you can expect on the day.

Note: You do not need an Independent Birmingham Membership Card to attend this event.



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The Bond
180-182 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5SE

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Birmingham


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Really fantastic event, lots of variety of stalls and vendors plus great value for money. jomchugh visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
5

It was shocking which was a shame as have been to the seasonal markets at Bond previously and they have been much better. Not enough drink vendours. Queued for over 15minutes before that bar closed. Was then faced with joining an even longer queue. Similar for some of the food. The queues were ridiculous. Either too many people in the venue, not enough food and drink stalls or something else. Was a massi e waste of entry fee. Was there for over 45minutes had nothing to eat or drink so left. Wont be bothering again. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
27 May 2017 by
1

We had a great day at the IBF. Got there early and did a quick sweep of what was available and then revisited some of our favourites. Budha Belly is always fabulous food but as we did not eat straightaway by the time I went there was a long queue. Not their fault being the best foodie place there IMO. My other half plumped for a pie at Piemania and very good it was too he said. The music in our opinion made the event and every band was brilliant. After looking in the indoor area where the sellers and makers were we headed to the stage and spent most of the afternoon listening to the bands, soaking up the atmosphere and eating and drinking. We hope the festival will be a regular annual event. NOT ENOUGH DRAUGHT BEER - Would have given it 5 stars but our only real criticism was that there was only one place selling draught beer (Clink) and as their beer is so fantastic anyway there was always a long queue snaking round to the entrance almost. Well over half an hour is really too long to expect to queue. We are regulars at The Victoria pub but were disappointed they only had cans and bottles for sale. Perhaps next year they could do draught beer and definitley another bar take part i.e The Anchor, 1000 Trades, Lord Clifden. Well done though for a great day out. Jacqui visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
19 May 2017 by
4

Really good concept, a shame the cost was £8 for an event similar to others you can attend for free or a couple of pound. Would consider attending again if the ratio of guests to food/drink vans and gaps in music programme were looked at visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
18 May 2017 by
3

Brilliantly run at an excellent venue! Some long queues due to popularity which might need to be addressed. Joe visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
16 May 2017 by
5

Lovely food, music and atmosphere however massively oversold. Some stalls had queues of around an hour and food + drink started to run out by half 3 even though the event lasted until 6. Would definitely go again if I knew I wouldn't have to do as much queueing as it really tainted my time there visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

The ticket price was very expensive considering there was only a free badge, it would have been great if it got you a free drink or a discount off some stalls. Everything was VERY expensive when inside so I don't quite understand how the promoters can warrant an £8 ticket price when the vendors would have had to pay to be there. There wasn't enough seating & the rubbish left around was quite minging as it wasn't kept on top of. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Great day, great food, drink,and great music, if I had one criticism it would be that the queues for some of the drinks bar were very long, otherwise a great day was had by all. Susan visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

The queues for everything were way too long. I think this is because the vendors didn't have enough staff on and in most cases were cooking to order and not having enough cooked in advance of the orders. More seating would also be a good idea. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

We visited all the stalls and some more than once, within 2.5 hours. This makes the entry fee of £8 expensive. Suggest timed entry session say 12.00 to 3pm and 3pm to 6pm with the tickets at half the price. With more people attending the pop up restaurants could make their 'take away' food more affordable as current prices for cocktails at £7 and a serving of food at £7 each, made a drink and a light lunch cost £22 on average. Staff were friendly and services good, however the venue is not suited for inclement weather. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Great atmosphere, good food and good music. A lovely way to celebrate Brum on a warm and sunny afternoon. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Venue, traders and atmosphere were all fab for the first festival. Queues were only gripe of the event (excluding weather!) as they were very lengthy but understand ticketing must have helped to control this in some way. Perhaps more seating too next time. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

There are markets just like this up and down the country. I really fail to see how you can justify charging £8 per head for something like this, it does more to discourage people from attending (and spending their money) and makes the whole event counter productive. If you want to encourage independent businesses to Birmingham, you seriously need to rethink your marketing strategy. I gave one star out of respect for the vendors that turned up. I wish them every success. Joe visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

Very disappointing. Too many people at the venue, long queues at all the stalls. Food and drink very over priced and £8 to enter !!!!! Will not be going again unless things change Anthony visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

Good location, variety of food and great bands! It would have been nice to have a discount on the food or a drink for free included in the price of the ticket. Giulia visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

It was good but costly to go to a place to then spend lots of money. I don't think it was better than Moseley farmers market for local crafts etc. Live music was the only added bonus. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Enjoyable and good first event but: -So busy in the first few hours and most stalls didn't seem prepared with only 1-2 working on them, many needed restocking -Food options - could have done with some smaller options maybe? I went with my parents who hadn't been to any of the food/bars before and would have liked to have sampled smaller bites but in the end only had one as a 'meal' when the queues died down. -Very difficult to get a drink, particularly in the first 3 hours.....needed more staff on the stalls, and possibly different queues. Otherwise great event and looking forward to next year! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Only stayed 30 minutes as the queues were too big and only 4 drink suppliers which ran out of drinks. Couldn't even get to try food Because of the queues. Michelle visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

Incredible showcase of Birmingham food and culture. Hugely enjoyed the music, the food (we got there earlier so we didn't have to queue for long at all) and also the polite and friendly people there. The Bond as a venue is wicked, not a single complaint. reybekilljourno visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

The event has had an amazing atmosphere! Blanka visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

I loved the event, great vendors, good customer interaction and I spent a lot more money than I expected. My constructive criticisms are: More bins and recycling facilities, within an hour all the bins were over flowing. More seating, it's much more pleasant to be able to sit and enjoy the food. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

As someone who's moving to live in Digbeth I was very interested in the event. It was great but it can be made better: too many exhibitors and people for a small place. They could have expand the place, find a bigger one, limit the exhibitors, extend the hours (why not 10am to 10pm?) or for 2 days. Too few litter bins and no recycling bins! Too few lavatories. Many queues for the eating places - I had to eventually go for the place with less queue not the ones I wanted to experiment. For £8 entry there was very little provided. Again, thanks for organising it but professionals must be involved to improve it. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

We felt that the queues were just way too long. Waiting for an hour to get food at a food festival made the experience less enjoyable than what it could have been. We also felt that the drinks were over-priced considering it was £7 for a mojito in a plastic cup, or a sangria topped with Morrisons Lemonade. Having said that the venue was a beautiful setting, the food, once served, was great, the badges were a lovely freebie and there was a really nice atmosphere throughout. Natalie visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Amazing food, drinks, music, atmosphere and stalls. Cant wait for the next one already! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

The concept was really great and the quality of the food was amazing! I think there are a number of tactical issues that, if rectified for next year, would make the event considerably better. First, the queues were outrageous. Every single stall had a massive queue ---- we waited nearly 40 minutes for the Low n Slow BBQ. It kind of killed the mood, to be honest. But, you stand there and wait... and you've finally reached the front of the queue! Yay! Oh, wait, they've sold out of half the items on the menu! We got in the queue for the Church about 1445 and they were already sold out. They had loads of extra meat and just gave us some (which was nice and they were very apologetic), but it was massively disappointing that half way into the event they were sold out. But we found out they were not alone - every vendor we went to that day was sold out of at least one thing on the menu. On a positive note, that's really great because obviously the turnout and participation exceeded expectations so that must be classed as a success. But, to be the person who paid the entry fee to have a limited available menu in the meantime was not great. The last tactical thing is this: once you've waited 40 minutes in the queue, bought the food that you were stuck with because everything was sold out, you turned around there was very limited seating. So, you stood there and ate. Then, there were so few bins and they were absolutely overflowing. I think the bottom line is this: either sell fewer tickets or have [a lot] more stalls and make sure the vendors are adequately prepared for the crowd size. If we can make this happen, the event will be amazing! Ann visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

I thought the earlier email providing info before event was useful. Directions on The Bond website excellent. Great location and a really friendly atmosphere. Good to see local businesses having such a great opportunity to show case their products. I went early and was pleased to have missed the queues for the food. I enjoyed my lamb with relish and goats cheese while listening to the music. The Birmingham Badge was a nice gesture. Only negative, I thought it was a tad expensive, £8 entrance fee coupled with expensive meat buns and cocktails. More bins around the tables. It seemed to be beyond some folk to lift their empties and carry it to a bin. That aside a really enjoyable day. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Very small with little to see. Not quite sure what the £8 ticket price was for? Felt quite ripped-off. Better off going to Digbeth dining club for free! Location was cool, however not enough under cover parts for when it was raining. Should have been a £2 entry on the door event, would have been more justifiable. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Great event and a good selection of vendors. We arrived early so didn't have to queue for anything. It would've been nice to be offered a hand stamp on the way out incase we wanted to come back. matchstickie visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Lots of lovely aromas and interesting food and drink stalls but the queues at each were so long. Good to see so many people supporting local independent businesses but 30 mins plus is too long to wait for food. JANET visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Too many tickets sold. The ques where horrendous. Left after 20 minutes without being able to buy a drink. Jan visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

Amazing atmosphere. Still thinking about the delicious food now 😊 Hope this becomes a regular event. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

The stalls that were there were ok but there was not a huge variety. Considering it was a ticket event I was expecting a bigger range of food stalls, so I was somewhat disappointed. There was only coffee for hot drinks- no tea. Unfortunately the weather did not help either. Nuz visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

An excellent event with plenty to see and eat (!) for all ages. Was well organised, really reasonably priced, with a good variety products and stalls really showing off what Birmingham has to offer. It would be great to see this event expand next year with more evening entertainment. My only reason for not giving 5 stars is despite rubbish bins being regularly emptied by staff throughout the afternoon and the venue being clean and tidy....there was no recycling, Nothing to do with the event I know, but..! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Whyou did I pay £8 for my ticket when your own review it states £5 ! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Long wait to get served at any of the eateries etc which was a shame. Due to the price of everything unable to access a cash machine! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

The venue was great but we spent most of our time in queues. One in particular closed up shop after we queued for 20 minutes only to be told they had run out of stock. We left thirsty 😟 Debbie visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Very poor event to be honest, not what we expected or was promoted, limited offers, long queues, expensive. Planned to be tbere most of afternoon but left after an hour vey disappointed. Andrew visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

Fantastic event, amazing vendors - just wish there were more small bites available so I could have a little bit from every stall rather than have to pick one to eat at. Really hope this is run again next year, we will definitely be attending. Jessicamary20 visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

A great afternoon - let's do it again!! Charles visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

The event wasn't helped by the weather being cold but I was disappointed in the poor variety of drink outlets and expected more food stalls however what was there was good Ann visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Great variety of food stalls. Although we enjoyed ourselves, it was a tad too pricey for meals and drinks. Queues for drinks were really long too. I'd also prefer smaller plates so that I can try a few different stalls! Gluten free options weren't apparent either. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Greatly enjoyed the event. Nice selection of food & drinks stalls, retailers, and live music. We came with a tiny toddler and he had a blast too! Ria visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

A great celebration of the city and its independents. Superb event. Andrew visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Unfortunately way too crowded to have a great time. Most queues for food or drink took approx 30 minutes. Next time entry should be staggered so tickets are valid for 12pm, 2pm or 4pm entry. Food was great when we finally got some but overall disappointed. Vicki visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

We Had an absolutely fabulous day hoping there will be plenty more to look forward to, the atmosphere was so fun and friendly and everyone was getting involved and really enjoying the day.We did feel that there wasn't enough seating areas to enjoy the food which left eating and holding drinks difficult and there also could have been more bins around the place. Thanks for a great day! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

This was a very well organised event with great music and a good host of vendors! The only reason it's not 5 stars is it felt like perhaps there could have been a bit more variety with the food stalls and the queues for everything were SO long! Saba visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Sorry to say that the overcrowding and excessive queuing really put a dampener on what was a great idea. Looked to me as if it was oversold. The music and atmosphere was lovely though. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Queues were huge and many sold out by mid afternoon. There was a poor vegetarian choice. Most of the stalls you could visit for free at city food markets - for example the next day at Digbeth Dining Club takes over in Kings Heath. I'm not really sure what the value of paying for a ticket was. Food wasn't any cheaper or better as a result. Everyone made lots of money except the customers! That said the music and atmosphere was good. I'm all for supporting local business but I'm now broke as a result. £60 for a small burrito, waffle and a drink. Not really good value to residents of Birmingham. Hannah visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Would have been a five star but for the fact that Clink was the only real outlet for beer, and they were overwhelmed for most of the event, we expected to queue for for food but spending nearly 30 min in line at Clink meant we missed so much more of the event, we (like many others) left early to grab a beer which is a shame. Please repeat the festival but you need more bars selling beer! Mark visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Not much point of difference with other fairs at The Bond. Music stage very bland. Odd layout; huge queues for drinks. Nice atmosphere though and good selection of indoor traders. Food from Pietanic was great. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Expensive entry to see a few street food stalls and art stalls that might be on Moseley high street or the MAC every month. Some of the food stalls had extravagant pricing structures -£8.00 for a hotdog? Not enough seats for family lunchtime visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
1

There were too many people for too few traders to cope with; I stood in one queue for an hour. £7 for a small cocktail in a plastic cup is extortionate and I don't see what the £8 entrance fee was for as you could have had the same experience at Spotlight and the Custard Factory for free. There is no incentive to be an IB member as the ticket price and food/drinks prices were exactly the same. At DDC there is a discount so why not at the actual business event? Doesn't really make sense to me. On the plus side the venue was lovely and the facilities were really good. Jessica visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Excellent choice of venue and contributors. The numbers attending were about right, nicely busy but not too crowded despite long queues for the popular food stalls. Selection of live bands and DJ sets was thoroughly enjoyable. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Brilliant day & well organised . Great atmosphere. & Food was excellent ! Would have stayed longer if more seating though DEBT visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

The queues were horrendous for the majority of the stalls. Most food places ran out of food and drink way too early, thank god for the amazing Budda Belly for having plenty to offer right through to the end The bar situation was ridiculous and only rescued by a makeshift stall selling warm bottles for £4 a go! But it was thankful as something was better than nothing!! BUT we did have a good time, as the atmosphere was nice and we were with good friends. I wondered how they were going to be able to improve on the seasonal markets (who only charge £2 entrance and no need for tickets) but unfortunately they didn't. For the next one I strongly advise better bar facilities and maybe sell less tickets or ensure stalls have enough produce! visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

had trouble eating the food as there weren't enough seats. Jennifer visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Food stalls very good but was just expecting more - more breweries, more retailers, a bigger event. visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

It would have been a 5 as I was a fantastic event but there were no recycling facilities and an awful lot of waste that could be recycled. I would attend again. Jan visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Disappointing. There was very little there and certainly not worth £8. The idea was great and what was there was ok but there was not enough to justify the price. We also took my partners 11 and 13 year old (we paid £8 for the 13 yr old too) they were bored. We struggled to stay an hour. May have been a little better if we had just gone with friends but it was advertised as a family day with something for everyone so we thought it was a great idea and something different for us to do. My partner had some beer and Thai food and said the beer was lovely. I had ice cream which was really nice. The idea was great and if it was about £3 on the door my review would be different. £8 was too much money. I know we got a badge and a gift card but I would have preferred not to have had those and paid less. I think the idea was to make it a little like Camden which it was but it's free to go to Camden and Camden is massive. The stalls were ok but nothing I really wanted to buy at any of them and again not many. Didn't take long to look round. Could have been a lot more stalls selling stuff. I'm coeliac and expected there to be some food stalls I could eat at as normally at things like this there is quite a lot of choice for me but there was nothing for that either. I have an IB card maybe card holders should have had a discount? Wouldn't recommend and unless the price came down or it was bigger I wouldn't attend again. The description of what it was going to be was not what it was like. Also the address was not on the tickets or anywhere else just the bond, digbeth. I know where digbeth is but had never been to the bond so had to google to get address. A fab idea a big disappointment Nicola visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
2

Great atmosphere. Lots of food/drink choices. Some good music. However not sure it was worth £8.00 entrance ticket for a badge, waited a hour for food. Surely stall holders knew they would need more staff plus they had run out of most of the items by 3pm. Maria visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Iv been to better festivals with more food variety. Not a lot of options for vegetarians visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Really enjoyed the day, however, most of the time was spent queueing which did seem to detract from the day. Looking around at the event, nearly every stall had a long queue, which in many was was great but it did mean that you were only able to sample a handful of stalls. Oversold on tickets or not enough stalls? Great afternoon though and would certainly like to attend another. Andy visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

The best part was the selection of really creative photographers, jewellers, designers, all of whom were local. Anita visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

A good festival of independents in Brum but long queues for every stall made it a little frustrating. Giles visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Too busy - que times were stupid, Not enough sitting and the stalls weren't that good! Thought it would be independent restaurants but was mainly food vans that you get at digbeth dining club so not sure why you has to pay to go it visited The Bond on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
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