At Millennium Point we have two great outdoor event spaces in Birmingham City Centre, which are the perfect location for your next food festival. Located next to Hotel Clayton and just 15-minutes-walk from Birmingham New Street with an on-site multi-story car park, our flexible outdoor event spaces have everything needed to showcase a selection of great foods.
Millennium Point benefits from naturally high footfall, being home to Birmingham City University and Thinktank Science Museum as well as an award winning events venue, meaning more opportunity to showcase to a wider audience.
Our first space on offer is Ingress, an outdoor space ideal for hosting food festivals in the city of Birmingham. This space offers external power supplies and has easy access from our public car park.
The second event space ideal for food festivals is Millennium Point’s bustling, south-facing pathway, Promenade space. With easy links to Eastside Park, Promenade can be used to provide a dramatic first impression to delegates and visitors. Serviced with outdoor power supplies talk to our team about how to utilise this unique outdoor space for your food festival.
Reasons to book your food festival at Millennium Point
- Ingress and Promenade outdoor spaces are perfect for hosting food festivals at Millennium Point.
- Naturally high-footfall areas for students, families and corporates hosting events.
- Both event spaces come with external power supplies, discreet outdoor space and are close to our public car park.
- Close to Birmingham City centre, 5 minutes from Clayton Hotel, 15 minutes from Birmingham New Street Station and an on-site multi-story car park.
- Bespoke packages built around your needs, budget and always with your delegates in mind.
- Support from our multi-award-winning events team with more than 40 years of shared events experience.
- Widen your CSR as each booking at Millennium Point supports the Millennium Point Charitable Trust who give more than £5m back into science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education in the region.