update: This year's festival in January has raised £75,000 through a combination of ticket sales, merchandise, tombola, collection buckets and bar spend as well as badges sold in advance of the festival. Since launching in 2018, the festival has raised £242,000 for Framework.
Beat The Streets is a huge all-day music festival fundraiser taking place on Sunday 26th January 2020 to help address the growing homelessness crisis in Nottingham. The event will run from 1pm until 3am.
Expect a line-up of over 80 national and local musicians playing more than 10 stages in venues around the city centre.
Confirmed acts include Jake Bugg, Grace Petrie, Reflekter, Circle of Light (live), Remy, Sheafs, Bamalamasingsong, Mollie Ralph, Beat Combo, Black Cats and Magpies, Black Shiver, BLLE, Brad Dear, Callum Kerrigan, Celestines, Cucamaras, Dacodac, Eyre Llew, and more.
For the details including venue splits please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, priced at £10. Donations can also be made via that link.
Note: 14+ only.
There'as 5 stages at venues that include Rock City, Rescue Rooms, The Bodega and Rough Trade.
All proceeds from the festival will go towards helping the homeless, through Framework, registered charity no. 1060941.
The first event in 2018 raised over £100,000.
More information will be here when available.
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