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Calendar of Festivals and Exciting Events in Nottinghamshire

Please take a look at our What's on Guide for Nottinghamshire, which gives you information about the top events and activities happening across the County, throughout the year. More events will be added as they are confirmed.

January

January Sales - throughout January, all the main shops and department stores offer new savings as they clear out their stocks to make way for the new coming season

Chinese New Year Events at venues across Nottinghamshire, including Lakeside Arts

February

10th - Light Night.  Enjoy a huge range of activities, discounts and offers around Nottingham

28th - Pancake Day

14th - Valentines Day.  Treat your loved one to a romantic meal at one of Nottinghamshire's fantastic restaurants.

March

26th - Mothers Day - With events and hands-on activities at venues around the County.

17th - St Patrick's Day. 

April 

14th to 17th -  Easter.  A whole feast of events for the whole family

23rd  - St. George's Day

May

1st - 1940s Knees Up at Nottingham Castle

1st -  Early May Bank Holiday

27th to 29th - Great Food and Drink Festivals at Nottingham Castle

29th - Spring Bank Holiday.

June

10th - Hemlock Happening in Bramcote
24th - Armed Forces Day at Wollaton Park
18th - Fathers Day
18th - Foodie-Fest at Southwell Racecourse.  A
celebration and showcase of a wide range of fabulous food and drink vendors from the region.

July

13th July to 3rd September - The Beach in Nottingham's Market Square
 22nd - Splendour - with top music acts at Wollaton Park. 
29th - Nottinghamshire Pride in Nottingham City Centre

August


31st July to 6th August - Robin Hood Festival - attended by large crowds and held each year at Sherwood Forest

4th to 6th - Nottingham Riverside Festival.  With a range of festivities, street entertainers and food stalls, all on the Victoria Embankment, alongside the River Trent

20th - Caribbean Carnival.  Major weekend event taking place each year at the Forest Recreation Ground, where the city's Caribbean population celebrate with floats, dancing and colour

28th - Annual Southwell Music Festival - a celebration of classical music at events across Southwell.

29th - The Big Bake at Newstead Abbey. Celebrity Chefs, stalls, food
           and drink and entainment from 26th to 28th August.

September

2nd -  British Triathlon Mixed Relay Cup at Victoria Embankment. 
24th  - The Robin Hood Marathon
30th Sept to 1st Oct - On The Home Front 1940s weekend at Rufford Abbey

October


4th to 8th - Goose Fair.   A historic and extremely famous European travelling fairground at the Forest Recreation Ground, with fast rides, side stalls and a large 'Entertainment Marquee'

8th - Hockley Hustle.  Nottingham's largest multi-venue festival, hosted by over 20 venues in the Creative Quarter.

11th to 14th - Robin Hood Beer Festival, Nottingham Castle.  The Nottingham Branch of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale are pulling out all the stops to make sure 2016 will be even bigger and better!

12th to 15th - Mayhem Film Festival, Broadway Cinema.  Screening the best in horror, sci-fi and cult features and shorts from around the world, often with guest filmmakers in attendance.

TBC - Robin Hood Pageant.  The Robin Hood Pageant, set in the historic setting of Nottingham Castle, invites you to enjoy and experience the life and times of our famous outlaw, Robin Hood!

25th to 29th - Oktoberfest.  Beer Festival with lederhosen and "Schlager" music at the Forest Recreation Ground in Nottingham.

TBC -  Robin Hood Day.  Themed crafts and activities in Nottingham's Market Square and the Robin Hood Pageant at Nottingham Castle.

31st October  - Halloween. Lots of spooky going-ons across Nottinghamshire.  Take a look at our What's On Guide for October Half-Term and Halloween.

November


5th - Bonfire Night.  Fireworks and Guy Fawkes celebrations at the Forest Recreation Ground and at venues across Nottinghamshire.

December

Christmas Markets - early to mid-December.  Traditional markets in Nottingham City Centre, attracting a number of local traders, with plenty of craft stands, handmade jewellery and hot food.

Christmas Pantos - throughout December to early January, all the usual family pantomime fun, at the Royal Centre, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham Arts Theatre and Lakeside.

31st - New Year's Eve celebrations in Nottingham City Centre and Nottingham Castle


There are always plenty of events in Nottinghamshire and things to do for the whole family!

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