A one-day urban arts festival is set to return to its location underneath an infamous road interchange in Birmingham for its sixth year this summer.
The Flyover Show, created and curated by Newtown-born award-winning jazz musician Soweto Kinch, will see the sprawling space below Hockley Flyover filled with a programme of arts, dance and live music on Saturday, August 20th.
The free event is set to feature a headline performance from acclaimed singer-songwriter Eska, as well as sets from hip hop MC Juice Aleem, Ladywood pianist Reuben James, and rising soul jazz band TROPE.
Jamaican musicians Ernest Ranglin and Basil Gabbidon will also take to the stage for a celebration of jazz, roots and reggae music.
The Flyover Show takes place at Hockley Circus between 12pm and 9pm on Saturday, August 20th. Admission is free. For tickets and further information, visit Eventbrite
Image: Soweto Kinch (Hockley Circus) credit William Ellis – The One LP Project