Beat The Streets announces 2023 return!
Beat The Streets is set to return to Nottingham on Sunday 29th January 2023! Last week the festival released its first line-up announcement which revealed the first wave of 25+ artists that will be joining the event to showcase their talents across your favourite City Centre venues.
Since its debut in 2018, Beat The Streets has championed over one hundred local and international music artists to take the stage in some of the best local venues in Nottingham City Centre. The annual charity music festival has raised £320,000 for Framework, the charity that works to turn around the lives of rough sleepers providing housing, health, employment support, and care services to people with a diverse range of needs.
The money raised for Framework is collected in a number of different ways from the festival. Every year all proceeds raised from ticket sales, merchandise and bar sales in Rock City, Rescue Rooms and The Bodega go towards helping the festival achieve its main aim; helping to eradicate homelessness in the city of Nottingham. The annual income has meant that Framework have been able to hire staff in various important roles that range from mental health to social workers and beyond, the monetary support also allows the Sneinton Hermitage Shelter to open its doors all year round, meaning they are able to accommodate more than sixty high risk service users.
The music festival in Nottingham aims to bring together the local community by curating a line up full of breaking acts, local heroes and chart-topping sensations, past performances include Sleaford Mods, Jake Bugg & Saint Raymond to name a few.
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