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Early bird offer for Black Country Weekender finishes soon

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The big Black Country Weekender is just two weeks away – and people have just hours left to secure bargain early bird tickets.

The weekend double header on Sat July 16 and Sun July 17 at Himley Hall & Park is the centrepiece of this year’s Black Country Festival and a great opportunity to celebrate who we are and where we come from.

The early bird offer for both days expires at midnight on Saturday night (Jul 2), with people urged to get in quick to secure the best deal at

Saturday will see a 20-piece orchestra and guest DJs and vocalists bring a slice of Ibiza to the Black Country, with a Proms In The Park event running from 3pm to 9pm.

And on Sunday, 80s stars Go West, The Fizz and Roland Gift from the Fine Young Cannibals headline the main stage.

They will be joined by a number of top tribute acts to legends including Bon Jovi, Elvis, Take That, George Michael and Dua Lipa.

There will also be a comedy tent, stalls, funfair and street entertainers at the event, which runs from 12 noon to 8pm and will feature something for all ages as a great family day out.

Councillor Sue Greenaway, the Mayor of Dudley, said:

The Musicom has been a fantastic event in the previous two years we have run it and really well received by all who went.
For that reason we’ve decided to try and go bigger and better this year to make it a whole weekend of bostin’ fun as part of the Black Country Festival.
Both days will be fantastic, so I’d urge people to get their early bird tickets booked to take advantage of the best deal before the offer runs out on Saturday night.

Early bird tickets for Ibiza Proms In The Park in Saturday July 16 are £25 for adults and £10 for children aged five to 17, with under 5s going free.

Early bird tickets for Musicom 2022 on Sunday July 17 are £12 for adults and £6 for children. Booking fees will be added to all prices.

To book, go to

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