The Black Country Festival


Since it’s inception in 2014, the Black Country Festival has grown as a vehicle for bringing the communities of the Black country together.

We would like to record our huge appreciation to all the organisers of the events that make up the Black Country Festival.
These are the guys that put in hundreds of unpaid hours throughout the year co-ordinating & preparing events, for the love of their communities.



The Black Country Festival is a community team that exists to support events promoting the Black Country and it’s culture.
 The Black Country Festival remains an open access festival , which means the committee do not decide who can and cannot put on events. We advise all organisers to follow the most up to date public health advice.

The Black Country Festival


30 days, Over 30 events , 100's of acts ,
All promoting Black Country Culture

The Platform For Promoting All Things Black Country



The Black Country Festival

About the Black Country Festival

The Black Country Festival is a series of independently organised events throughout July encompassing the Official Black Country Day which is on July 14th every year.

Each event is designed to bring the Black Country communities & people together using the celebration of our shared Black Country culture and heritage.

Anyone can put on an event, just get in touch to add your event here, or ask us any questions.

Black Country Festival Video

Here's my handy guide to the Black Country Festival. Tek a look, and share it. Ta x

Posted by Doreen Tipton on Thursday, 9 June 2016

Doreen's handy guide to the Black Country Festival

Map of the Black Country, UK

Organise an Event

Are you interested in organising an event in your community? Contact us to see how we can help you begin the process.


Black Country Day is supported by The Four Black Country Councils: Dudley, Wolverhampton, Sandwell and Walsall.

Council Logos - Dudley, Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Walsall