Where to park for Acoustic Spectacular in Birmingham

On Friday 11 January, The Future Sound Project returns to kick off 2019 with a huge night of acoustic music across two venues; The Sunflower Lounge and The Victoria, Birmingham.  Across the two venues the best acoustic talents from the region will be performing. One ticket will grant you access to see the acts in both venues on the night.

The Sunflower Lounge, 76 Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham B5 4EG

You can look forward to seeing the following:

  • The RA Project – an experimental group consisting of solo artist Curis Bushell, and other friends from RA Records.  With influences ranging from Lou Reed to the Shaman’s of Africa;
  • Claudia Whittle Music and Emily Taylor – female duo playing sing along classics with loads of fun and personality;
  • Shannon May – alt indie-folk singer-songwriter from Worcester;
  • The Rambling Man – folk sounding songwriter Gornal who takes influences from the likes of Bob Dylan and George Harrison through to Badly Drawn Boy and Stephen Fretwell;
  • Emily Cribb – a young songwriter with haunting vocals and a unique live sound;
  • Rhianna Keane – a Birmingham singer/songwriter studying at BIMM. She creates a soulful, vibey chilled sound.

The Victoria, 48 John Bright Street, Birmingham B1 1BN

You can look forward to seeing the following:

  • Czafari
  • Lucy Blunt
  • Jessie Desai
  • Jack Cattel
  • Ellie Poole
  • Ross Andrew

Car Parking

For anyone attending the above event who is driving, you may be wondering where the best place to park is. Situated on Weaman Street, B4 Car Park is within a 15 minute walk of each of the above venues.  It has six levels of parking in a clean and modern building.  B4 is open all day, every day.