It's in Nottingham are proud to support numerous forward thinking and innovative organisations that contribute toward making our city a great place to be. Here is a list of our current sponsorships.
Please note that due to COVID-19, all dates of the events on this page are subject to change as per government guidelines at the time of the event.
Hockley Hustle is a music, arts and community festival that supports local charities in Nottingham. 30 venues, 300 acts, street entertainment & street food galore.
To buy tickets for the event or to find out more information please visit https://hockleyhustle.co.uk/
**Please note that Nottingham Craft Beer Week is now cancelled due to impact of Covid-19. The event hopes to return next year.**
Nottingham Craft Beer Week takes place once a year in Nottingham. The week-long event has been running every summer since 2013 and has a membership of 30+ bars and breweries from around the city.
After a week of awesome beer related events, talks and activities that take place throughout Nottingham's city centre, Craft Beer Week is completed with a two-day craft beer festival where beer enthusiasts can sample some of the best craft beer around.
For tickets and more information, please visit https://festival.nottinghamcraftbeer.co.uk/
Nottinghamshire Pride is a annual event that takes place in Nottingham city centre and is free to attend. The event exists to bring the LGBT+ community together and celebrate diversity. It's about visibility, education and celebration.
Nottinghamshire Pride is was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday 25th July 2020 but was replaced with an online event due to COVID-19. The event hopes to return in 2021.
For more information please visit https://www.nottinghamshirepride.co.uk/
Wigflex City Festival is a day long festival, host to an abundance of multi-disciplinary music & arts.
Think more weird and wonderful untouched venues spread across the city centre (including old Nottingham caves, car parks, basements, hidden streets, out of sight warehouses), immersive installations, and one of the "chunkiest ‘all killer no filler’ line-ups that Notts has ever seen".
Due to COVID-19, the festival will no longer go ahead in October but a new date may be set. Check back in soon for the latest information.
To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit https://www.wigflex.com/
Open to 11-24 year olds, the Young Creative Awards is an opportunity for Nottingham based young creatives to showcase their talent. As well as being in with a chance of receiving an award, participants will also receive a cash prize and the opportunity to meet life changing contacts in their industry.
To find out more about the Young Creative Awards, please visit http://www.youngcreativeawards.org/