Happening on September 24, Shoot the Duck Roller Disco will be taking over Sneinton Market Avenues with their guerrilla roller rink...
The perfect activity for an autumn evening, this September you can look forward to a roller disco right here in Nottingham’s Sneinton Market Avenue’s.
Created by Shoot The Duck, the area will be transformed into a guerrilla skating rink, where you can loop around to your hearts delight. And for non-skaters, an illuminated dance floor will be brought alive with the music from local DJ crews. As well as, of course, plenty of food and drink from a whole host of local spots.
Commenting on the event, organiser Nathan Payne said that the idea had been discussed by the Creative Quarter team for a long time. “Now for one night only, we get to see it happen in partnership with locally loved, Lenton-based roller skating rink, Skateland - from whom you can hire skates and protective gear from on the night.”
Further remarking on the food and drink of the night, Nathan says that you can "expect to see several exciting collaborations with other local brands like Neon Raptor Brewery who will be serving their delicious beer across the site, including ‘Shoot The Duck’, a super hazy and juicy New England IPA created especially for the event. Plus, Hockley favourite, 31K will be showcasing their awesome hotdog and cocktail truck featuring some skate-themed concoctions. And if it’s Gin & Tonic you’re after, be sure to find Wayne from Sneinton Market Avenue’s secret Redsmith Distillery.”
With further food and drinks still to be announced, the night promises to be an exciting one for skaters and non-skaters alike. And with early bird tickets now available for £5 (compared to £10 on the door and £7 advance), it’s a great time to get booking!
Shoot the Duck Roller disco is happening on September 24 from 5pm and is for over 18’s only. Tickets available here.
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