This week you could be at a psychedelic party, having spicy South-Asian food or planting a sapling. Here is a list of our hot picks for the week…
When: Thursday 7 September
How much: £24.20
This Bristol-based electronic music group with singer-songwriter Sian Evans at the helm has hits like ‘Hide U’ and the reputation of being one of the most iconic performing bands of their time under their belt. This is the chance for the fans to join in this celebration of 25 years of Kosheen.
When: Friday 8 September - Sunday 10 September
Where: New Art Exchange and Wollaton Hall
How much: Free events along with paid events from £10 onwards
The South Asian Festival of Art and Culture is back with three days of delicious food, music ranging from Indian classical to Bollywood beats and performances by the iconic sitar and tabla duo, Harikiran and Harminder Sahota. The festival will also feature hot yoga sessions for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. There will also be Bhangra dance sessions organized by award-winning artist Vijay Mehay. Those interested, mark your calendars and book your tickets today!
When: Friday 8 September - Sunday 17 September
Where: Multiple venues in Beeston
How much: Free
England’s largest celebration of heritage, culture and community with talks, exhibitions, stalls and a whole lot of stories shared and brought to life along the way. This year’s theme is Creativity Unwrapped and there will be a heritage walk around Beeston with local historian Professor John Beckett, a guided tour of the city’s artworks with Jeanie Barton, director of the Beeston Street Art Project and much more.
When: Saturday 9 September
Where: The Chapel at The Angel Microbrewery, Nottingham
How much: £3.50
The Tangerine Eclipse - The Seventh Psychedelic Dawn is set to bring host DJ Paul Whittington along with artists, Seam Bradnick and Pete Whitehouse together for a night of psychedelic sounds and freakbeats. It will also be followed by an amazing lightshow. Those interested, grab your tickets today.
When: Sunday 10 September
Where: Nottingham Arboretum
How much: Free
This festival organized by the grassroots community based volunteers creates a space for everyone to learn and explore environmentally friendly and ethical practices. With over 100 stalls featuring local small green businesses, craft producers and campaign groups, head over to the Arboretum for a relaxed and fun experience at the festival.
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