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Midlands Mod Alldayer

Birmingham is synonymous with the Mod Scene with both the Spencer Davis Group and the Move just two of the excellent bands to hail from the second city in the sixties. Throughout the eighties and nineties it was a hotbed for the Mod scene with clubs like the Outrigger and we made regular visits from the Capitol to enjoy the fun.

We return on May bank holiday to a fantastic venue in the City centre right next to retro shop Urban Village at the old Custard Factory in Digbeth.

All events take place at the fabulous which looks very sixties space age (check out the gallery), with three floors and two rooms of music and tasty sound systems. The evening event hosts DJ’s from all over the UK along with NUTS regulars Pid and Rob Bailey.

The FREE daytime event includes a market, open decks DJ session and scooter run and competition kindly sponsored by

Drop us a line if you want a stall or fancy playing some records in the afternoon.

Huge thanks to the Birmingham Aces’ who have sorted out a route around some of the Birmingham landmarks.
• Meet at The Custard Factory 13.00 for departure at 13.15.
• The ride takes approximately 30 mins and includes such delights as:
• The World oldest surviving Railway Station!
• Millennium Point
• The Jewellery Quarter
• The NIA Broad Street Home of the Aces,
• The Shakespeare The ‘Electric Cinema’ the UK’s oldest working Cinema
• The Bullring Market
• The Rotunda
Ending back at The Custard Factory (where Bird’s Custard was invented!)


Venue is: 70 Eight Club: 4, Gibb Street, B9 4AA Birmingham, United Kingdom


Sat 4  May 2013


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Underground Modernist & 60s soundtrack!



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