Events in Nottingham

Nottingham What's On Guide

Read the Feb-May Nottingham What's On guide online. Copies are also available at Nottingham Tourism Centre and venues around the city.

Upcoming events

18 June: FREE HSBC UK City Ride at Victoria Embankment

24 June: FREE Lord Mayor's Parade from Old Market Square to Nottingham Castle

25 June: Cycle Live at Victoria Embankment

30 June: Smooth Sunrise City from Smithy Row

1 - 2 July: East Midlands Flower Show at Newstead Abbey

1 - 16 July: FREE Wollaton Arts Fest in Wollaton

1 July - 29 October: Dinosaurs of China Exhibition at Wollaton Hall

6 - 9 July: UK Corporate Games

7 July - 1 September: Outdoor Theatre at Nottingham Castle, Newstead Abbey and Wollaton Park

14 - 18 July: England V South Africa at Trent Bridge

22 July: Spendour festival at Wollaton Park

29 July: FREE Nottinghamshire Pride 

End July - Early September: FREE Nottingham Beach in Old Market Square

4 - 6 August: FREE Riverside Festival at Victoria Embankment

20 August: Caribbean Carnival at Victoria Embankment

24 - 28 August: Summer Nights Outdoor Film Festival at Wollaton Park

26 - 28 August: Great Food and Drink Festival at Newstead Abbey

2 September: British Triathlon Mixed Relay Cup Nottingham at Victoria Embankment

9 - 10 September: FREE Heritage Open Days at Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey (no entry fee)

21 September: One Day International England V West Indies at Trent Bridge

24 September: Ikano Robin Hood Marathon & Half Marathon

4 - 8 October: FREE Goose Fair at Forest Recreation Ground

8 October: Hockley Hustle Music Festival in Hockley

11 - 14 October: Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival at Nottingham Castle

Late October: Robin Hood Pageant at Nottingham Castle

5 November: FREE Bonfire Night celebration at Forest Recreation Ground

Mid November - early January: FREE Winter Wonderland in Old Market Square

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