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GET YOUR
WRISTBAND

Your wristband grants you access to all events at this years festival. Under 18's can attend however some venues may have age restrictions in place. View our lineup page for more info.

Bring your online registration code, or physical ticket, and ID to the wristband exchange at Broadway Cinema on the day of the festival from 11:30am.

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Handpicked venues all across Hockley with their own curated lineup.

350

Acts performing across our 30 venues or live from the streets

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One wristband to get you into all venues and events.

Sunday 20th October 2024

HANDPICKED VENUES

Over 30 bars, shops and cafes around Hockley will be stuffed to the brim with all art forms, presented by Nottingham’s finest music promoters and art organisations. 

filled WITH TOP LOCAL PERFORMERS

Expect to find every ounce of the best creative talent the city has to offer, all to raise money for some incredible Nottingham charities.

Thousands of revellers, hundreds of artists and dozens of venues will once again gather to throw the party of the year, all while giving something back to the local community.

All for charity

Please join us in donating to these deserving causes by using our cash buckets, purchasing tickets and drinks at the bars or simply spreading the word.

Emmanuel House

Nottingham’s open-access day service provides the homeless and vulnerably housed community with clothing, hot food, a warm shower and access to advice and support services. At this time of year, they are in desperate need of warm clothes and sleeping bags. Please bring anything you have spare along to the wristband exchange at Broadway Cinema.

Base 51

Base 51 help Nottingham’s vulnerable 11-25 year olds to build life skills, healthy relationships and resilience to prepare them for the transition to adulthood. They offer a variety of services including counselling, LGBTQIA+ support groups, training programmes, meals and cooking facilities, and a youth club. 

SFiCE Foundation

SFiCE focus on community development and reducing the effects of food poverty, isolation and ill health within the City of Nottingham. SFiCE offer hot meals, food parcels, clothes, toiletries and other essentials. They also provide ESOL classes and a support line for those suffering from stress or isolation as a result of COVID-19. 

B’Me Cancer
Communities

This organisation works to preserve the health and wellbeing of people, in particular but not exclusively, from BME and low-income communities living with or affected by cancer. They provide culturally appropriate advocacy and support for patients, their partners and carers. They also empower service users to make informed decisions about therapies, prescriptions, and adequate care 
and support.

Imara

Shockingly, 1 in 4 children in the UK will suffer from some form of sexual abuse. Imara support local young people and their families in pre-trial therapy, getting impartial advice, and assistance in a range of other areas. The charity specialises in creative art therapies, and their vital work has empowered and supported many
local people.

Our Dementia Choir

Our Dementia Choir are a registered charity for public benefit, to preserve and protect good health among people with dementia, their families, and carers, particularly but not exclusively through the provision of a choir.

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS
Here's what you get for helping us:
3 HOURS
of your time
Wristband
Feel free to enter all our venues with your Volunteer wristband 
OUR THANKS
This couldn’t happen without Hustlers like you. Thank you!
T-SHIRT
Your very own 2022 Festival shirt

Powered
by you

Hockley Hustle is powered by a merry band of dedicated volunteers, giving up their time to make sure everyone has a good time. If you want to get involved, join the team and become a Hustler. 

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS
Here's what you get for helping us:
3 HOURS
of your time
Wristband
Feel free to enter all our venues with your Volunteer wristband 
OUR THANKS
This couldn’t happen without Hustlers like you. Thank you!
T-SHIRT
Your very own 2022 Festival shirt

STUFF ON

THE STREETS

Back with a bang, Nottingham’s thriving creative scene has pulled together another incredible lineup of music, comedy, art, poetry, workshops and talks. Here's what's still to come today.

SILENT DISCO

19:00 - 22:00

Grab a pair of headphones and get strapped in. Truth and Lies DJs are bringing the funkiest beats to Broad Street for the return of our spectacular Hockley Hustle Silent Disco. With several channels to get stuck into, the stompers are in for a treat. This year’s Silent Disco is dedicated to our mate Dani, who should have been dancing.

YOUNG HUSTLERS

12:00 - 18:00
Sneinton Market

 

We’re super excited about the return of our activity programme for small humans, Young Hustlers. Sneinton Market, Nonsuch Studios, The Carousel and many more of Notts’ venues and studios will be taken over with creative activities for the day. Visit the website for more info. 

CAN SAMBA PARADE

18:00

The streets will be abuzz with sound and colour throughout the day. Award-winning carnival troupe Can Samba will be on the march, throw in circus performers, gymnasts and much more besides and we’ve got a carnival on our hands.

Raising money for Notts charities since '06

Venues

40

Acts

400

Charities

6

Get your Wristband

Nottinghams most eclectic music & arts festival returns. 
Once again we’re raising money for Nottingham charities with £200,000 raised to date! Come along and enjoy the finest music, art, food and fun the city has to offer, and there’s also quite a lot of dancing with 40 venues hosting 400 artists over 18 hours, come along, bring your pals. All of ‘em.

Handpicked

Venues

Your wristband grants you access to all events at this years festival. Under 18's can attend however some venues may have age restrictions in place.

Filled with
top local performers

Expect to find every ounce of the best creative talent the city has to offer, all to raise money for some incredible Nottingham charities.

Filled with top local performers

Expect to find every ounce of the best creative talent the city has to offer, all to raise money for some incredible Nottingham charities.

Thousands of revellers, hundreds of artists and dozens of venues will once again gather to throw the party of the year, all while giving something back to the local community.

All For
Charity

EMMANUEL HOUSE

Nottingham’s open-access day service provides the homeless and vulnerably housed community with clothing, hot food, a warm shower and access to advice and support services. At this time of year, they are in desperate need of warm clothes and sleeping bags. Please bring anything you have spare along to the wristband exchange at Broadway Cinema.

BASE 51

Base 51 help Nottingham’s vulnerable 11-25 year olds to build life skills, healthy relationships and resilience to prepare them for the transition to adulthood. They offer a variety of services including counselling, LGBTQIA+ support groups, training programmes, meals and cooking facilities, and a youth club. 

SFiCE FOUNDATION

SFiCE focus on community development and reducing the effects of food poverty, isolation and ill health within the City of Nottingham. SFiCE offer hot meals, food parcels, clothes, toiletries and other essentials. They also provide ESOL classes and a support line for those suffering from stress or isolation as a result of COVID-19. 

B’Me CANCER
COMMUNITIES

This organisation works to preserve the health and wellbeing of people, in particular but not exclusively, from BME and low-income communities living with or affected by cancer. They provide culturally appropriate advocacy and support for patients, their partners and carers. They also empower service users to make informed decisions about therapies, prescriptions, and adequate care 
and support.

IMARA

Shockingly, 1 in 4 children in the UK will suffer from some form of sexual abuse. Imara support local young people and their families in pre-trial therapy, getting impartial advice, and assistance in a range of other areas. The charity specialises in creative art therapies, and their vital work has empowered and supported many
local people.

Over £150,000 raised since 2006

Please join us in donating to these deserving causes by using our cash buckets, purchasing tickets and drinks at the bars or simply spreading the word.

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Pick up your Wristband

Bring your online registration code or physical ticket and ID to the wristband exchange located at Broadway Cinema. Open from 11:30am

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Explore our 40 venues

We're showcasing the very best of Notts talent throughout the day, check our lineups page for full info or download our festival map.

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Support our charities

All profits from ticket sales go directly to our 6 charities keep an eye out for donation buckets. You can also make a card donation at the wristband exchange.

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