Solihull Summer Fest 2024: Two huge headliners announced - full details on tickets, date & more
The much-loved Solihull Summer Fest will return to Tudor Grange Park for its eighth year next July and the organisers announced the two headliners
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Two huge headliners have been announced for a summer of fun in 2024 at Solihull Summer Fest, for which tickets are already available to purchase.
The much-loved Solihull Summer Fest will return to Tudor Grange Park for its eighth year next July and the organisers announced the two headliners on Sunday night (October 1).
Thousands of people braved the rain for the summer festival which took place on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July this year. The festival saw brilliant performances from the likes of Lisa Stansfield, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Pixie Lott, Blue, Boney M and Odyssey.
The family-friendly festival have announced Ronan Keating and The Jacksons for July 20th and 21st in 2024 and the early bird tickets are set to be launched on October 5.
When is Ronan Keating performing at Solihull Summer Fest 2024?
Ronan, who debuted in 1993 alongside Keith Duffy, Michael Graham, Shane Lynch, and Stephen Gately, as the co-lead singer of Irish pop group Boyzone, will headline the fest on July 20th.
The former Boyzone singer has had a solo career since 1999 and he has recorded eleven albums. Boyzone - which had unparalleled success all over Europe - were widely touted as Ireland’s answer to Take That.
The 46-year-old When You Say Nothing At All singer has three children, Jack Keating, Missy Keating, Ali Keating, and recently became a granddad when his son Jack welcomed a baby girl in 2023.
When are the Jacksons performing at Solihull Summer Fest 2024?
The legendary The Jacksons are headlining on July 21st, 2024. The Jacksons, formerly the Jackson 5, is an American pop band composed of members of the Jackson family. The group was founded in 1964 in Indiana, US, and for most of their career consisted of brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael.
The Jacksons, who describe themselves as the first family of music and Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, on X, formerly Twitter, recently celebrated the life and legacy of their “dear brother Mike”. They wrote on X: “We love you and we miss you each day, everyday and all the time.”
Consisting of original members Jermaine Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson and Marlon Jackson - the Jacksons have been performing energetic shows with all the famous dance moves and costumes. According to their website: “Seeing The Jacksons is an opportunity to witness live the re-formation of one of the greatest pop and Motown super groups in the history of music.”