Experience a CBSO concert at Birmingham Town Hall - a Grade I listed building in the heart of the city with a rich musical history.
Built in 1834 to accommodate everything from public and town meetings, to concerts and other entertainment, we have a long history of performing at Birmingham's beautiful Town Hall.
For ticket enquiries about CBSO performances at Symphony Hall, please contact the B:Music Box Office via email or call 0121 780 3333. For information about ticket pricing and ways to save, click here.
Catching the tram is an easy way to get to Town Hall. You can plan your journey in advance, purchase your tickets and find out the latest travel information on the My Metro App and West Midlands Metro website.
Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B3 3DQ Town Hall is accessible by road, rail and bus. There are multiple car parks nearby, including the Town Hall Car Park, as well as the nearby Q-Park Brindley Place and Mailbox. It is also easy to get to from New Street and Snow Hill stations.
The most convenient parking facilities for Town Hall are:
Town Hall Multi-Storey car park (Brunel Street, B1 1TA)
Q-Park Brindley Place (1 Brunswick Street, B1 2JF)
Q-Park The Mailbox (Royal Mail Street, B1 1RD)
Access and accessible parking
To find out more about accessibility at Symphony Hall and Town Hall, or to join the Access Scheme, visit the B:Music website. You can also contact the Box Office by calling 0121 780 3333.
About Town Hall
Town Hall, run by the charity B:Music, is a historic Birmingham building sitting in Victoria Square at the centre of the city. It is a Grade I listed building built in 1834 to accommodate everything from public and town meetings, to concerts and other entertainment. The hall has long played a significant role in Birmingham’s rich cultural and musical history. Until 1996 Town Hall was the main home of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Alongside its rich classical programme, Town Hall has also hosted concerts across various genres, including jazz and rock and roll. You can find out more about the history of Town Hall here.