Beat the Streets festival raised over £100,000 to help the homeless

inaugural event a success and will run again next year

published: Wed 31st Jan 2018

Sleaford Mods

Sunday 28th January 2018
various venues, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England MAP
£5, with extra donations appreciated
daily capacity: 3500
last updated: Wed 31st Jan 2018

Beat the Streets raised over £100,000 for Framework to help homeless people. The festival took place across multiple venues in Nottingham on Sunday 28th January, featuring over 80 acts including Sleaford Mods, Ferocious Dog, Rolo Tomassi, The Invisible Orchestra, Lawnmower Deth, Kagoule, and Eyre Llew.

They impressively smashed their target through a combination of ticket sales, donations, bar receipts, merchandise, and collection buckets, as well as many artists donating their proceeds from merchandise sales.

Next year's festival will again take place at multiple venues around Nottingham, on Sunday 27th January.

Donations for this year can still be made through Just Giving here.

Framework helps homeless and vulnerable people, registered charity number: 1060941



Sunday 28th January 2018
various venues, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England MAP
£5, with extra donations appreciated
daily capacity: 3500
last updated: Wed 31st Jan 2018


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