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We're back and we need you!
1 May 2013

After a year-long break, Twestival is back and will be returning to Birmingham this year. Although details are still top secret at the moment, rest assured plans are being put into place to make Birmingham Twestival bigger and better than ever. We’ll be combining some Twestival favourites with a variety of new aspects, which we’re incredibly excited about.

There are a whole host of ways in which you can get involved, but first things first, we need a logo that will stand out from the crowd and we need your help in deciding what goes in it.

This year, the Twestival logo needs to feature the skyline of the city it is being held in and we want to hear from you on what we should include in it. What landmarks do you think should be included? Should the logo represent the new, the old or both? Should it feature towering columns of ingenuity or the depth and detail of something on street level?

Let us know your thoughts either in the comment box below, on Facebook or on Twitter.

We’ll be posting weekly updates here and via social media with the latest developments of Birmingham Twestival and how you can get involved so make sure you keep your eyes peeled!


Thank You!!
25 March 2011

Hi guys,

BrumTwestival team here.

We want to say a huge thank you to all of those who came last night. We had a fantastic turnout and a great evening. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.

Just to give you an update on totals so far; we've raised a fantastic £771.15 all of which will be going towards this year's chosen charity, Birmingham Childrens Hospital.

If you didn't make it along to last nights event, we've set up a Just Giving site to allow you to donate even more money. 

We will be accepting donations until 31st March and it would be fantastic if we could hit the £1,000 mark. So dig deep guys - we can do it.

Thank you again to all our sponsors, bmi baby, Birmingham Airport and Sun on the Hill. Without their help, this year's event would not have taken place.

Have a great weekend and we'll see you next year

BrumTwestival team

T day is here
23 March 2011

Well its here!! After 2 months of planning, numerous meetings, phone calls, tweets and emails, BrumTwestival 2011 has finally arrived.

 he venue is set: Sun on the Hill
So is the time: 7pm
And of course most importantly the charity: Birmingham Children’s Hospital
We’ve seen an astounding amount of support from the Twitter community so thank you to
everyone. All we need now is for you all to turn up. Tickets are just £5 and all the proceeds will be going to Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
As a little incentive we’ve got a free drink for the first 130 people to book tickets online or turn up on the day. This includes the following:
  • Large glass house red/white or rose
  • Any bottled lager
  • Pint of Carling, Strongbow or Worthingtons
  • Pepsi/Diet Pepsi or Orange Juice
This little incentive is courtesy of BMI Baby and Birmingham Airport who are our key sponsors this year, having donated £400 to the event and 3 pairs of plane tickets as raffle prizes.
As it’s on in the evening, Sun on the Hill will also be putting on a small buffet so make sure you get there early. The venue’s kitchen will be open till 8pm so if you want a proper meal you’ll have to order before then.
So guys, what’s your excuse for not coming? Great company, great prizes and great music. What more do you want from an event?
We really hope you can make it, and look forward to seeing you there.
The BrumTwestival Team
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