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Jethro Tull at Birmingham Moseley Park

Jethro Tull tour dates and tickets
Jethro Tull are a progressive rock band from Luton.

Jethro Tull will be performing 1 event in Birmingham on Sunday 4th September 2022 at the Moseley Park.

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Jethro Tull in Birmingham - Ticket Options

Sunday 4th September 2022 Birmingham, UK UK
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Jethro Tull Headlining Moseley Folk and Arts Festival 2022.
Birmingham, Moseley Park
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£55.00
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Moseley Folk and Arts Festival With headliners Jethro Tull plus The Coral, Midlake and more
Birmingham, Moseley Park
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£55.00
inc fees
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Address: Birmingham Moseley Park, 93B Alcester Rd, Birmingham, B13 8DD
Telephone: 0121 442 4499
This historic park, with some 300 years of history, is run by a charitable trust. The Park was originally a major part of the gardens of the Moseley Hall estate which were designed by the famous landscape gardener Humphry Repton. In 2006 a Charitable Trust was created in order to ensure that the Park is restored with a view to preserving it as a place where people can relax and enjoy themselves and children and schools can use it for educational purposes. Its popularity continues to grow not only within Birmingham, but also nationally as a result of the continuing success of the Jazz and Folk festivals.