London-based institution, the ICA, heads north for a celebration of contemporary urban sub-cultures, pinpointing Birmingham as a hub of creativity and inspiration. The three day programme in association with Selfridges Live + Loud boasts a temporary exhibition, live music programme and various installations held in a disused industrial space on Floodgate Street.
Friday's opening event sees a headline set from Tom of England with support from Tim & Barry and their psychedelic visuals ( 8pm-midnight), with an exhibition featuring new work from photographer and filmmaker Tyrone Lebon, and a site-specific installation from fashion designer Ashley Williams open to the public on both Saturday and Sunday (11am-6pm). Just Jam present an evening of live performance on the Saturday night (from 8pm) featuring Barely Legal, Crack Stevens, Scratcha DVA and Tsunga.
ICA Off-Site is free to attend but advanced booking for the evening events is encouraged. Tickets available via the website.