The UKIP leader was driven into the town centre on the party's purple open-top Brexit battle bus and was greeted by a crowd of hundreds, many of whom were holding placards bearing the words: 'We want our country back'.
The theme tune from The Great Escape blasted out over loudspeakers as a beaming Mr Farage addressed the cheering throngs from the top of the bus.
He said: "I'm beginning to think it isn't Brussels that is the enemy. At least they are honest about what they want to do.
"The real enemy is our political class, backed up with the multi-national companies and the big banks and the constant diet of lies we get from Osborne and Cameron every single day.
Mr Farage was mobbed by members of the cheering crowd as he departed the bus for a tour around the town.
During an hour long stroll he bought scratchings from a local butchers in the Fountain Arcade and posed for photographs on the steps on Dudley Council House.
He chatted with traders in Dudley market and answered questions from members of the public, admitting that there had been a 'lack of strong arguments' on the Leave side of the EU referendum argument.