Páirc Festival is a two day outdoor festival celebrating Irish music and culture. Páirc Festival takes place in Birmingham, UK, over the August Bank holiday weekend.
Páirc Festival has welcomed legendary headline acts and incredible international stars, including Van Morrison, Ronnie Wood, The Waterboys, Imelda May, Finbar Furey, Mary Black, Nathan Carter, Sharon Shannon, Derek Ryan, The Fureys, The High Kings and many more.
The outdoor festival includes a wide range of bars, including Guinness and Real Ale trucks, a great selection of street food vendors to suit all tastes and Páirc Festival Merchandise!
Páirc Festival 2024 will take place on Saturday 24th August and Sunday 25th August in the outdoor grounds of The New Irish Centre, Birmingham.
Páirc Festival is taking place in the outdoor grounds of the Irish Centre, Kings Heath, Birmingham.
The festival address is 205 Wheelers Lane, King’s Heath, Birmingham B13 0ST
Usually, tickets are available on the day for purchase at the Box Office outside the festival entrance, however, a sell-out is expected this year so we do not expect there to be availability and recommend advance purchase.
The festival site has accessible toilets, and we offer a free carers ticket to anyone who is in receipt of PIP (proof needed).
A sectioned-off viewing platform is available, and a hard surface at entry and exit points.
The festival site is set on outdoor grounds, and whilst we offer wheelchair access with central and side concrete paths, please be aware that the ground may be uneven in certain places.
For more information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to apply for a carer ticket, please buy your ticket then contact our ticket partner, The Ticket Sellers, with your order and proof of PIP.
There are 100 spaces available at The Billesley pub, Brook Ln, King’s Heath, Birmingham B13 0AB, £5 per space. First come, first served.
There are 600 spaces available at Moseley Rugby Club too. Billesley Common, Yardley Wood Rd, Birmingham B13 0PT
The drop off point is at Swanshurt School (B13 0TW)
Páirc Festival is taking place in Kings Heath and can be accessed via public transport.
Depending on the starting location, there are many bus routes close to the festival site, including:
Birmingham City Centre – the number 2 bus towards Maypole from Moor Street Queensway will get you to Billesley Common, where it will be a 13-minute walk.
You can also get the number 3 bus towards Yardley Wood from Moor Street Queensway, and walk 14 minutes from Mayford Grove.
Solihull – the number 76 bus towards Northfield, from Solihull Station Interchange, will take you to Ardencote Road, where it will be a 6-minute walk.
Birmingham Airport – get on the X12 bus towards Solihull, then change at Solihull Interchange for the 76 towards Northfield.
Yardley Wood is the closest station in proximity to the festival site but will require a 30-minute walk.
Tickets are emailed three weeks before the event.
Haven’t had a confirmation email yet?
Please double-check the email address you have entered for confirmation. You can do this by logging into your account on the TicketSellers website.
If you click on ‘my orders’ you should be able to see your order and the details there. If you still cannot see your order, please call Ticket Sellers on 0121 4726688, and they can look at what’s gone wrong here.
All attendees under 18 must be accompanied by an adult to the festival and should be supervised at all times. Under 5’s tickets can be booked free of charge online.
Páirc Festival is not a camping festival. However, there are many hotels nearby.
The Festival Doors open at 11 am; music will begin at 12 pm. Entertainment will finish at 10.30 pm and the event finishes at 11pm.
Finalised stage times will be released approximately one month before the event date.
For the safety of all guests and staff, a thorough bag check will take place upon each entry. Any alcohol found during the search process will be disposed of.
Unfortunately not. Only guide dogs are allowed on-site.
Unfortunately, no food or drink is permitted on the festival site except for baby food and sealed water bottles. However, there will be a large variety of street food traders & bars on-site to suit all food and drink preferences.
Páirc at the Parade is a brand new event from the Páirc Festival organising team. Páirc at the Parade will take place under a heated marquee at Luna Springs, Digbeth on Sunday 17th March AFTER the St Patrick’s Day Parade. It is a separate ticketed event.
Nathan Carter will be headlining Páirc at the Parade, taking place on Sunday 17th March, after the Birmingham St Patrick’s Parade has finished its traditional route through Digbeth.
Nathan will be joined by Ceol and local Irish talent, LAMPA, The Father Teds and One For The Road.
Páirc at the Parade with Nathan Carter will take place after the St Patrick’s Day parade at Luna Springs, Digbeth. Doors will be open from 12:00pm, with acts starting from 2pm – ’til late.