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ValeFest is a charity music festival completely run by students at the University of Birmingham on the Vale Village, providing an entire day and night of music and art across several stages. As well as new emerging artists and DJs, we have bands that you might have seen on stages at Glastonbury, Hit The Deck and Reading and Leeds. Our 2016 lineup will be released soon!
And theres more – specifically selected food stands, a comedy tent, society performances and workshops, a massive after party, as well as many other neat tricks and treats on the day.
As a non-for-profit student organisation, 100% of all the proceeds is donated to our chosen charities, which change each year. In 2016, these charities are the Against Malaria Foundation and Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

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Against Malaria Foundation

Today we have Hannah introducing the second charity we will be supporting this year and why we’re so enthusiastic about fundraising with them: The ‘Against Malaria Foundation’ prides itself on being cost effective with 100% of its received donations going towards...
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The Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Hannah is here today with all the information we need on our first charity, The Birmingham Children’s Hospital: Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity is one a little closer to home. Their mission is to support all the children, their families and the NHS staff at the...
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2016 Charities Announcement

The Vale Fest committee have spoken! After many discussions of where we would like to raise awareness this year, we have made the decision that the charities for this year’s festival will be: Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the Against Malaria Foundation Vale Fest...
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A Snippet into the Life of Ents

This evening, we have another special guest entry from Tom Crawford, our Head of Entertainment: So after my New Year’s celebrations were over, I realised I had work to do for the start of term. I decided to return to the wonderful Selly Oak to increase my...
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