Around 40 artists have now been announced for Beat The Streets 2022, which once again gives local Nottingham musicians a prominent place on the line-up. Performing across the day will be: Blood Wizard, Church of the Cosmic Skull, Do Nothing, Georgie, Jerub, Reflekter, and Tori Sheard, alongside many others and with more to be added early next year. The festival will take place across major venues in the city centre including Rock City, Rescue Rooms, Stealth and Bodega, with all proceeds from tickets, bar, and merch going directly to Framework.
Having taken a forced hiatus from an in-person event in 2021, festival organisers are delighted to be bringing the event back to Nottingham in January. Festival booker Joseph Patten said: “After being away for a year, we can’t wait for Beat The Streets 2022. We’re immensely proud of the money and awareness we’ve been able to raise to improve the lives of homeless people in Nottingham, and it will be a wonderful celebration to have a day of live music & giving-back happening in our community again.”
Other artists performing at Beat The Streets 2022 are: Alfie Sharp, Bee-Sides, Black Cats & Magpies, Buenos Treehouse, Builders Of The Boat, Celestines, Champyun Clouds, Chloe Ann, Concrete Rose, Cucamaras, Daniel Cliffe, Danny Starr, Drew Thomas, emzae, Express Office Portico, Fat Digester, Gallery 47, I AM LONO, Joel Baker, Kezia Gill, Melonyx, Pretty Windows, ROB.GREEN, Sobscene, Static Kill, Star Botherers, Sunflower Thieves, Tash Bird, The Crying Violets, The Honeymoon Suite, Vipera, Vona Vella, and Whisky Stain.
Launched in 2018, Beat The Streets has brought the music community in Nottingham together to raise awareness of and funds for a vital cause; providing a stellar day of live music in the process. The three successful events over the past four years have seen over 10,000 tickets sold, incredible performances from the likes of Sleaford Mods, Jake Bugg, Saint Raymond, Evil Scarecrow, Ferocious Dog & Rolo Tomassi, and over £270,000 raised across ticket, bar & merchandise sales for Framework.
Funds raised by Beat The Streets so far have gone towards keeping the Sneinton Hermitage shelter open all year round; accommodating more than 60 high risk service users, employing two full time mental health workers to provide much needed support to over 1,500 service users with complex needs including substance misuse, and supporting the charity & its service users throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
A spokesperson for Framework said: “Beat The Streets is Framework’s biggest and most well-known partner led fundraising event of the year. It raises much needed money to support our work with homeless people in Nottingham and beyond, and allows us to provide additional mental health support to those who need it most.”
Beat The Streets is being delivered by DHP Family in collaboration with local organisations and music groups including I’m Not from London; Farmyard Records; Hockley Hustle, and Rough Trade. Tickets priced from £8 minimum donation, are on sale now here and will allow access for 14+ to all participating venues.