Advent has been raising awareness of Coventry’s bumper Summer of Music as a host of superstars prepare to arrive in the city over the next five weeks.
Summer of Music has been organised by Coventry City Council, as part of its ongoing support as a Principal Partner of the bid to become City of Culture in 2021, alongside the Ricoh Arena, which is the main bid sponsor.
MTV Crashes arrives at the Ricoh Arena on Friday, May 27 and Saturday, May 28 when Coventry will play host to an A-list line-up including Kaiser Chiefs, Chase and Status, Tom Odell, Sigala, Fleur East, Pete Tong and many more.
Bruce Springsteen and Rihanna will also be playing the same stage in June, and the Godiva Festival returns to the War Memorial Park this July which will be headlined by Scouting For Girls.
For more information about Coventry’s Summer of Music click here.
Pictured – John Connearn (The Ellipsis) Juliet Colley (City of Culture Trust), Henry Bristow, Harry Green (both The Ellipsis), Rob Mitchell (Ricoh Arena).