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Nottingham Major Events

There are many festivals and fiestas in Nottingham during the year including the Goose Fair, Riverside Festival, the Beach, Christmas Markets and a Winter Ice Rink.

Due to the China Coronavirus pandemic, many UK events are subject to postponement or cancellation. Please check the event's website for full details.

Free Local Event: City Centre (Market Square)

Tick 8.5

Light Night

0.1km
Date to be Confirmed

Two evenings of free arts and culture events in Nottingham city centre. Discover a range of light installations and surprises from local groups.

More Details | Light Night website New Window

Free Local Event: City Centre (Market Square)

Tick 8.2

St Patrick's Day Festival

0.1km
Date to be Confirmed

Every year since 2000 St Patrick's Day is celebrated in Nottingham on March 17th. With a parade through the city centre and a full line up of entertainment, bands and Irish dancing in Old Market Square.

More Details | St Patrick's Day Festival website New Window

Local Event: Nottinghamshire (East)

MoneyMoney Tick 8.0

Nottinghamshire County Show

30.2km
Saturday 14 May 2022

The Nottinghamshire County Show is known for the standard of its heavy horses and livestock classes. The Show also has excellent horse and show jumping sections, regularly featuring national riders with a full main ring programme.

More Details | Nottinghamshire County Show website New Window

Free Local Event: Suburbs (West Nottingham)

Tick 8.4

Autokarna

4.2km
Date to be Confirmed

Autokarna has been held at Wollaton Park for over forty years. Vintage, veteran and classic vehicle displays, including cars, motorbikes, buses and commercial vehicles. In recent years the event has expanded to incorporate the Nottingham Post Motor Show featuring displays of the latest models.

More Details | Autokarna website New Window

Local Event: Inner City (Westside)

Money Tick 8.5

Park Garden Trail

0.7km
Date to be Confirmed

A warm welcome awaits you at the Park Garden Trail in The Park Estate, held every two years. Featuring 22+ open gardens and green spaces, cream teas, strawberries and fizz, homemade cakes, children's activities, live entertainment, bars and food tents.

More Details | Park Garden Trail website New Window

Free Local Event: City Centre (Lace Market)

Tick 8.0

Nottinghamshire Pride

0.6km
Date to be Confirmed

The annual Nottinghamshire Pride Festival takes over the Lace Market area of the city with a fun parade and celebration.

More Details | Nottinghamshire Pride website New Window

Local Event: Suburbs (West Nottingham)

MoneyMoney Tick 8.0

Nottingham Food and Drink Festival

4.2km
Date to be Confirmed

The Nottingham Food Festival is an annual foodie feast in the beautiful grounds of Wollaton Park. Featuring two large food theatres, demonstrating the best recipes, producers and gadgets including the Country Kitchen with TV chefs giving a variety of different recipe demonstrations throughout the weekend.

More Details | Nottingham Food and Drink Festival website New Window

Local Festival: Inner City (The Forest)

Money Tick 8.4

Nottingham Carnival

1.9km
Date to be Confirmed

The Nottingham Caribbean Carnival is a day of activities and entertainment for all the community. The event comprises live performances from the main stage, music tents, workshops, stalls, funfair and truly something for everyone. Plus a colourful parade that is free to watch.

More Details | Nottingham Carnival website New Window

Free Local Event: City Centre (Market Square)

Tick 8.9

Heritage Open Days

0.1km
Date to be Confirmed

Every September some 40,000 volunteers across England organise 5,000 events to celebrate our fantastic history and culture. It's your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – all of which are FREE to explore.

More Details | Heritage Open Days website New Window

Free Sports Event: Inner City (River Trent)

MoneyMoneyMoney Tick 7.5

Robin Hood Marathon and Half Marathon

1.9km
Date to be Confirmed

Thousands of runners will take part in this iconic event, taking in the sights of Nottingham's historic and beautiful City, as well as raising thousands of pounds for local, national and international charities. The event is free to watch but there's a charge to take part.

More Details | Robin Hood Marathon and Half Marathon website New Window

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