What is Beat The Streets in aid of?

Beat The Streets aims to be a force for positive change. Using music to bring together the people of Nottingham, we want to raise funds to support homeless people in need. This year all proceeds, including ticket sales, merch sales, and bar takings are being donated to Framework. Find out more about Framework and how they support homeless people in need here.



Can I buy a ticket on the day?

Yep! Wristbands will be available for purchase at Rock City, The Bodega & Rough Trade.



What time does it open?

Doors will open at 1pm.



I bought a ticket online for collection, where can I pick this up?

Wristband collections are at Rock City box office from 1pm.



Are there any set times?

Set times will be available on the day in our free programmes, but you can also download them here.



What’s the age-limit?

All of our venues are 14+ until 11pm (and 18+ thereafter) with the exception of Rough Trade which is 14+ until 10pm and 18+ after.



Is there anything on other than music?

Head down to the Black Cherry Lounge where you can find out more about other local charities, get a delicious doughnut from DoughNotts and purchase tickets for the Beat The Streets tombola. All proceeds will be donated to Framework.



Can we bring food / items to donate?

There won’t be a food bank collection on the day due to space constraints. Please visit www.trusselltrust.org/get-help/find-a-foodbank to find your local foodbank and arrange a donation.