SHOUT Festival and Birmingham Open Media (BOM) collaborate tonight (Thursday 15 November) to celebrate their 10th and fifth anniversaries respectively.
Head to BOM on Dudley Street to enjoy a sure-to-be-brilliant performance by Birmingham rapper, singer and producer Lady Leshurr, who’ll be playing a live set.
The MOBO Best Female Act award winner will be joined for the intimate evening by the highly acclaimed DJ Sippin’ T from BBZ London. And there’ll even be a guest appearance from Birmingham’s very own House of Bab!
Speaking ahead of the event, Lady Leshurr said, “Playing smaller shows with my home town family is always a real vibe, especially when we’re supporting people and places that deliver a positive impact on the city at the same time. Being part of Birmingham’s rise to the top is a privilege, and I’m hyped for everyone who will be joining me for these celebrations!”
Commenting on the event, SHOUT says: This one’s pretty straightforward - turn up and have a great night partying in a gallery with one of Birmingham’s finest musicians.
For more information, visit shoutfestival.co.uk
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