9 AM: Sunrise Stretch: Rhythm n Flow with Black Rose Yogini
10.30 AM: Perry’s Playtime Disco
12 PM: VNS Presents Live Vibe
2.30 PM: Screen Spotlight: Origin by Ravi Deepres
5 PM: VNS Presents Live Vibe 
7.15 PM: B:Music Presents Birmingham Sounds In The Round
Throughout the day: Games action on screen, Piing, Screen Spotlights, food & drink

Tuesday morning at Victoria Square Festival Site is all about adding some vitamin D(elight) to your day! Rhythm n Flow with Black Rose Yogini will get you moving, flowing, stretching and ready for the day, accompanied by some feel good tunes to get you grooving.Feel free to bring along your own mat and join in, 20 mats will be provided to those that don't have their own. Then, get the kids down for Perry’s Playtime Disco - your opportunity to have a boogie with the Commonwealth Games’ official mascot.

At lunchtime and in the late afternoon, VNS present Live Vibe Takeover are taking over the Fountain Stage with at heir programme of incredible emerging artists, including DJ Steadman, Izzy E, Tori Cross, JERUB, Esther Turner, T33 K1D, and CreezOn and. Adding a few surprise performances too, their Live Vibe Takeover is definitely one not to miss. Founded by music manager Vanessa Sinclair, VNS provides platforms and opportunities for artists and young people to empower, educate and develop themselves and their careers within the creative industry. 
Izzy E is a 16 years old singer-songwriter from the West Midlands, who has been performing at talent shows since she was 8 and is currently working on her own original material. 
Tori Cross credits her major influences as Nina Simone, Lianne La Havas and Corrine Bailey Rae. She was shortlisted for the BBC Introducing Live Lounge competition in early 2021 and her track “Midnight” was recently chosen as Song of the Month for BBC Introducing West Midlands. 
JERUB’s music is filled with depth and raw emotion, and his beautifully pensive style blends gospel, pop and indie influences. A finalist in 2021’s BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Introducing talent search, JERUB has established himself as an authentic storyteller inspired by the realities of life. 
Esther Turner fuses energetic pop and dance influences with a powerful voice that creates a thrilling musical experience. She has opened for high profile acts including The Jacksons and Craig David and has just headlined her first solo London show. 
T33 K1D is best known as a rapper but he has recently been embracing his roots and exploring Amapiano with rhythms and verses in Zulu and Xhosa. T33 K1D has previously supported artists such as Akala, Saskilla, and Anne-Marie.
CreezOn delivers soul shaking music with a deep, conceptual subject matter. His content, flow variation, soul touching melodies and unmistakable idiosyncratic deliveries resonate with audiences across the UK and beyond. 
DJ Steadman is an open format DJ, who plays genres ranging from Hip Hop, Dancehall, Afro and Brazilian House, to future beats Dnb and pop. Coming from a successful professional career as part of the world famous group Flawless has definitely helped shape the DJ that he is today.

Our Screen Spotlight features a special screening of Ravi Deepres’ Origin, a series of powerful and inspiring films starring elite athletes and aspiring youth from different cultural backgrounds in Birmingham. Using sport as a mental and physical motivator, the films focus on the psychological and physical preparation of athletes in different fields and question the notion of commonwealth and national identity through reflective metaphors of their own, and our, cultural origins and environment. 

VNS Presents Live Vibe continues in the afternoon with a handpicked selection of new sounds, bringing you indie pop, rap, reggae, and more. 
El Sam is an Arabic British Alternative, Indie pop Singer-songwriter and producer from Syria. With two self-produced albums under his belt, El Sam was one of BBC Introducing’s Top 25 artists to watch out for in 2019, and has been nominated for two Birmingham Music Awards.
Abz Winter has a long standing connection with the West Midlands. Abz has had a busy few years being Band Of the Month for BBC CWR Introducing, performing at Terry Halls Home Grown Sessions, Godiva Festival and at The Arena Birmingham & Resorts World before the likes of Little Mix & Ariana Grande. 
Isabel Abbott moved to the UK from Spain to pursue her music career. Her music takes inspiration from  Hispanic influences and has been performing original material in venues all around Birmingham, entrancing audiences with her smooth jazz vocals.
Sonbeam is a reggae singer/songwriter that brings deep meaningful lyrical content and a spoken word-like feeling to his music. Watch out for his unique take on a timeless genre.
Mr Macee is a singer, songwriter and rapper with strong connections across the Midlands music scene. His first release attracted the attention of Radio 1Xtra's show and was supported by the legendary Charlie Sloth and MistaJam.
Gambimi is a singer-songwriter on the rise, whose sound is the evident product of his transatlantic and cultural influences. His two mixtapes “Rumba Trap 1 & 2” fuse English, French, Lingala and Swahili in a sound with a truly unique flavour.  
DJ Steadman is an open format DJ, who plays genres ranging from Hip Hop, Dancehall, Afro and Brazilian House, to future beats Dnb and pop. Coming from a successful professional career as part of the world famous group Flawless has definitely helped shape the DJ that he is today.

In the evening, Birmingham’s premier songwriter night 'Nashville Sounds In The Round' in partnership with B:Music is presenting a special one off Birmingham Sounds In The Round edition featuring some of the finest talent in the Midlands: Namywa, Neil Murdoch & The Lost Notes. Hosted by British Country Music Association Duo of the Year Gasoline & Matches, artists are invited to tell the stories behind their songs in a Bluebird Café style ‘In The Round’ session, stripping the songs back to their origins and transporting the audience right back to the writing rooms. Generously funded by Colmore BID and Central BID

At various times during the day, challenge your friends, family and other audience members to a game of Piing. Piing is a virtual game that brings people together, inviting them to play an immersive high-speed game, using their phones as controllers, with the action happening on our big screen. Piing is super simple, uniquely challenging and seriously fun. Presented by Comic Relief - donations are encouraged as part of gameplay. Comic Relief intends to split all proceeds equally between Comic Relief and registered charities United by Birmingham 2022 Legacy Charity and Commonwealth Sport Foundation.

The Festival Food and Drink Eatery, a pop up catering unit, will offer a range of tasty breakfast, lunch and dinner treats daily from 8am to 10pm. From lunchtime, the square will also be licensed for people to enjoy drinks from the bar, including a choice of social enterprise prosecco and cocktails for those looking to support a worthy cause as they enjoy the Games atmosphere.

The menus will change across the two weeks, giving return visitors something different to look forward to and showcasing some of the finest Colmore eateries and bars in the city. For early risers, who want a healthy treat on the way into the city, perhaps after enjoying the Sunrise Stretch sessions, there will be granola yoghurt pots, overnight oats, kombucha and coffee. From lunchtime you can pick up salads, deli bakes, vegan cakes, muffins and pastries plus appetising ciabatta and focaccia sandwiches. There will also be biriyani, vegetarian papdi chaat, spicy chicken noodles and veggie stir fry to enjoy whilst listening to the Fountain Stage Music programme plus kebab wraps, shawarmas with selections of salads, pickles, and sauces and vegan options including crispy tofu. Games and Festival site visitors will be spoiled for choice!

Throughout the day visitors and passers by are also invited to watch sporting highlights from the Games on our big screen, enjoy food and drinks from Colmore BID cafes, bars and restaurants, and take a look at digital commissions and projects from the Birmingham 2022 Festival at our Screen Spotlights.