Tuesday 28 June 2022

Over 4,000 young people to come together to perform at Music for Youth National Festival in Birmingham

Music for Youth National Festival

The annual Music for Youth National Festival is in Birmingham this year, on 8 & 9 July 2022 when over 4,000 young people will come together to perform at Symphony Hall, the Town Hall and the CBSO Centre. Tickets for all the concerts are free as a 'welcome back' gesture by organisers after a challenging couple of years for the arts. This year’s theme is A Festival For All and will feature performances from the very best young musicians across jazz, brass, classical, folk, choral, pop, rock and everything in between. Every corner of the UK will be represented, from Truro to Glasgow and Newport to Sunderland.  

There will be a showcase evening on Friday, July 8 at the Town Hall to promote the level and breadth of music education across the UK. And to support the celebration of live music, the festival will feature exciting new digital elements and live streams. A dedicated ‘takeover’ stage will be open for anyone under the age of 21 to apply to perform and there will be non-performance roles available, including event and marketing assistants, and workshops and panels with leading industry experts, including representatives from TikTok and Universal Music. 

Further information from the Music for Youth website, and tickets are available from B:Music.

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