Birmingham Utilita Arena – B1 2AA
If you are driving, please be aware that Birmingham are now operating a Clean Air Zone – please check whether your car needs to pay to enter the zone – https://www.gov.uk/clean-air-zones – the charge for Birmingham is £8 and can be paid online via this link.
There is parking at the Arena itself, but is expensive and it will take a long time to get back out but is pre-bookable and uses Number Plate recognition – https://www.utilitaarenabham.co.uk/your-visit/parking/
There is some limited nearby street parking at Edward Street, Clement Street, Louisa Street, Scotland Street and Helena Street. Pay and Display £3.50.
Q Park – Brindley Place B1 2JF – 7 mins walk
Paradise Circus – B1 2LB – 12 min walk
Car Park 22 – B1 2LB – 14 min walk
Snow Hill Rail station – 18 Mins
The Arena is a 1 mile walk from Birmingham New Street station.
The Venue is in the City Centre, west of the main shopping area. Just across the canal from the Arena, there is a shopping and dining area called Brindley Place with a good choice of restaurants, cafes and fast food outlets, including Costa, Zizzi, Wagamama, Subway, Pret, Las Iguanas etc.
The Arena also has food and bars inside that are open all day.
Malt House – Greene King – across the canal from the venue, 75 King Edwards Road B1 2NX – traditional pub menu – https://www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk/pubs/west-midlands/malt-house/ – open til midnight
Alchemist – Brindley Place – https://thealchemist.uk.com/venues/birmingham-brindley-place/ – open til 2am
All Bar One, 11 Brindley Place B1 2HL – https://www.allbarone.co.uk/national-search/east-and-west-midlands/all-bar-one-brindleyplace-birmingham – Open til 1am
Slug and Lettuce, Brindley Place B1 2HL – https://www.slugandlettuce.co.uk/birmingham – Open til 2am