Set for 12 April, Luna Springs is named after The Lunar Society of Birmingham, an 18th Century club of creative and intellectuals that met on every full moon.
At launch, the venue will have a capacity of 400 but this will soon be increased to 2,500 as Coronavirus restrictions lift.
Adventure Bar Group says it plans to “invest in the best of local street food vendors, talent and tastemakers” and will hire at least 50 staff for the launch.
“We’re extremely excited about coming to Birmingham and embracing the creative energy and inspiration that buzzes through the city – our aim with Luna Springs is to create a hub of experience,” says Adventure Bar Group co-founder Tom Kidd.
“From the very best local street food vendors on the scene to musical talent and supporting local events and movements, we want to be part of the fabric of the city and the go-to venue this summer for an incredible time”.
The Adventure Bar Group was founded 15 years and currently operates nine bars in London - including Bar Elba, Blame Gloria and The Escapologist - and Tonight Josephine in Birmingham.