Local musician Saint Raymond has achieved success on a national scale. 5 years since the release of his debut EP ‘Escapade’, the boy from Bramcote has reached top 10 in the UK with his debut album; sold out his own headline tours including two shows at Rock City; headlined Dot To Dot Festival; played extensively on the festival circuit, and supported Ed Sheeran on 32 arena shows playing to over 400,000 people. He’ll be playing an intimate solo show in Rescue Rooms at 9.15pm.
With 8 stages of music, there’s something for everyone throughout the day. Football megastar Stuart Pearce is in discussion with Ramalbumclub’s Martin Fitzgerald at Rescue Rooms, festival favourites Evil Scarecrow will play a full band set on Rock City main stage with soulful songstress Harleighblu and post hardcore five piece Palm Reader closing off the festival’s live music at on Rock City’s main stage and The Bodega respectively. Night owls can continue the party with DJs playing music until the early hours at both The Bodega and Rescue Rooms.
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 £6 are on sale now from www.alttickets.com and will allow access for 14+ to all participating venues.
Participating venues: Rock City, The Black Cherry Lounge, Stealth, Rescue Rooms, The Bodega, Rough Trade.
All proceeds from ticket sales, merchandise and bar sales at DHP Venues are being donated to Framework to help tackle homelessness in Nottingham. Last year’s festival raised £100k which provided two new members of staff, more supported accommodation and temporary beds, more reconnection services and funded more support for people who spent their days on the street.