We’re pleased to once again be supporting Nottingham’s annual charity music festival, Beat The Streets!
The award-winning event, taking place on Sunday 29 January, raises awareness and funds for the rising homelessness crisis. To date, it has generated £320,000 in donations for Framework, a charity that works to turn around the lives of rough sleepers providing housing, health and employment support, and care services to people with a diverse range of needs.
50+ artists will be part of this year’s line-up performing across popular Nottingham city centre venues: Rock City, Rescue Rooms, The Bodega, Stealth and Rough Trade. Confetti students will be supporting from a variety of courses including BA (Hons) Music Business, BSc (Hons) Audio & Music Technology, BSc (Hons) Event Production and BA (Hons) Event Management, to name a few. The very best of luck to everyone involved in this worthwhile event.
New to Beat the Streets? Check out our photos from last year’s event:
Visit the Beat The Streets website for more information and to get your tickets.
Interested in studying Music or Live Events Production at Confetti? Book onto an Open Day to find out more about all the opportunities on offer here at Confetti.