THE Touchwood Summer Music Festival is coming to an explosive end this weekend, as Solihull hopefuls take to the stage to showcase their singing talents in the final of Touchwood Has Talent.
The competition has seen budding musicians sing to win throughout August, in a bid to secure the top prize, which includes a day in a recording studio and a £500 Touchwood gift card.
The final will kick tomorrow (Saturday) in Touchwood’s Library Square and promises to deliver an afternoon of first-class entertainment, as the panel of judges decide who will be this year’s winner.
An incredible performance from the UK’s leading Rolling Stones tribute act, 21st Century Stones will then follow, transporting you back to the Sixties to relive the wonder years of the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band.
Lucy Burnett, marketing manager at Touchwood said: “Our Summer Music Festival has been a fantastic success and we are all looking forward to seeing who will take the Touchwood Has Talent trophy this Saturday.
“We would like to invite everyone to come along and take part in what promises to be the best bank holiday weekend this year.”
The final performances of the Touchwood Music Festival will start on Thursday with local band Rase taking to the stage for Unsigned Night, followed by free salsa lessons from Just Latin Salsa and sizzling sounds from latino band Latin Fiesta on Friday.
Leamington-based quartet, Jazz Mundo and the Steve Steinhaus Swing Quartet will then finish off the festival in style with their swinging summer sounds.
The Touchwood Summer Music Festival runs in Library Square until August 30 offering fantastic live events and some of the best music and entertainment the Midlands has to offer. With themed nights, the festival has something to suit everyone’s taste as well as plenty of activities for all the family to enjoy.