We’re proud to announce our first wave of artists for #BeatTheStreets 2019!

Featuring former England footballer, Nottingham Forest captain and long-term punk fan Stuart Pearce in conversation with Ruth and Martin’s Album Club; metal heroes Evil Scarecrow; local legends Brotherhood, Keto, 94 Gunships and loads more!

Get your ticket here: bit.ly/2C8kFwi

We’ll be donating all proceeds from tickets, merchandise sales and DHP bar sales to Framework, so make sure you get down to Beat The Streets to support great local music and a brilliant local charity!

Acts confirmed for the first announcement are: 94 Gunships // Abii // Amulet // Ben Haynes // Brotherhood // Buenos Treehouse // Bus Stop Madonnas // Caius Burns // Clonk! // Crosslight // Different Life Collective // Distant Blue // Don’t Forget Rupert // Emzae // Evil Scarecrow // Fat Digester // hashtagobi // // Keto // KOMINO // Lacey // Lois // Major Ruse // Nick Aslam // Pretty Babs // Primal // RamAlbumClub vs Stuart Pearce // Re Teu // Reflekter // Shiftwork // Sundaze // The Amber Herd // The Colliders // The DandyLions // The Fine Art Society // The Hip Priests // THE IDOLINS // The Mocking Jays // The Outriders // Tilly Greentree // Towers // WHISKY STAIN.

 

 


We’re delighted to announce that Beat The Streets is returning next year, taking place on Sunday 27th January 2019 across 10+ stages – with all proceeds being donated to homeless charities.

Tickets to next year’s festival are available here: bit.ly/2AlYlOO

After the success of the first ever #BeatTheStreets festival in January where we raised £100,000 for Framework, we can’t wait for next year’s instalment!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


19.02.2018. Beat the Streets raises £100,000 for Framework!

 

Beat The Streets is delighted to have raised £100,000 for Framework. The money will go towards providing aid to the city’s homeless –  including allowing Framework to employ two new staff members following a winter of “unprecedented” levels of homelessness and much more.

We can also now announce that Beat The Streets festival will be back again next year,  taking place again on Sunday 27th January 2019, see you there!