Muttfest – a great Brownhills music festival this Saturday!


Looks like a cracking event.

Don’t forget that this Saturday (6th September 2014) there’s a great music and entertainment charity event at the Shoulder of Mutton pub in Church Road, Brownhills.

Muttfest features live music, food, raffle and a bouncy castle for the kids – and loads of other great stuff. The Shoulder of Mutton is a popular community pub in the heart of Brownhills going from strength to strength in the last 12 months and this charity event will be well worth checking out.

Adults £5, Children £2.50. All Ticket Funds will be donated to NMC and Leukaemia Charities.

You can check out the event’s Facebook page here.

Mike Wood wrote of the event:

This Saturday is the inaugural Muttfest which is taking place at the Shoulder of Mutton in Brownhills featuring new and upcoming bands such as Pollen, The Skunks, Winters Fire and featuring hometown bands such as Casual Agenda, The Livewire and also present is local DJ extraordinaire Nick Coyne who will be spinning the decks through out the day.

Looks to be a fantastic day out for the family with activities for children and plenty of snap on the go also start time at 2pm hope to see quite a few of you there.

The DJ skills of Mr. Coyne alone are worth the entry fee alone…

Please remember I’m happy to advertise any local events here, charity or otherwise. Please do drop me a line with details of anything you’ve got going on to BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Cheers!

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The Shoulder of Mutton – one of the oldest inns in Brownhills and a real community pub. Imagery from Bing! Maps.

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