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First release tickets now on sale for Black Country Musicom 2024

Top tribute acts and a rock symphony orchestra will lead a weekend of fun in the sun at Himley Hall this summer, with first release tickets now on sale for this year’s Black Country Musicom Festival.

The popular event will take place this year on Saturday July 13 and Sunday July 14.

On Saturday the Symphonix Rock Orchestra will headline alongside tributes to Oasis and the Foo Fighters. The event will run from 5pm to 10pm.

On Sunday, Black Country Musicom will see a host of fantastic tribute acts perform on the main stage from 12 noon to 8pm.

It will see tributes to Tina Turner, Madness, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Michael Buble and Fleetwood Mac.

There will also be a comedy tent, funfair, food and drink stalls, street entertainment and performances from local bands and musicians.

The weekend event will take place this year thanks to a £365,000 grant from the Commonwealth Games Legacy Fund.

Councillor Phil Atkins, cabinet member for corporate strategy, said:

“We’re delighted to have been chosen to receive funding from the Commonwealth Games Legacy Fund.

“The stipulation was that the cash must be used to improve the region’s culture and heritage sector.

“We have decided to allocate a big chunk of it to this year’s Musicom Festival and the wider month-long Black Country Festival.

“It is an event that celebrates who we are and where we are from, and is enjoyed by thousands, so it fits the remit perfectly.

“Musicom is always a fantastic weekend, and this year will be no exception.

“Get your tickets now to secure them for the best price before our first release tickets run out.”

To book tickets, go to

The Commonwealth Games Legacy Fund is administered by HM Government and the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

The event is sponsored by brsk, Halesowen College and Copthorne Hotel.

Contact Information

Dudley Council