Friday nights at Sneinton Market event season launched

Lots of exciting things are popping up at Sneinton Market and it’s rapidly becoming ‘the place to be’!
Following on from the recent success of the Light Night event, a new Friday Nights @ Sneinton Market event season has been launched.

Starting on Friday 20th April it kicks off with a Poetry Festival special!

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From 5pm ‘til late, every month you will find a craft market, street food and of course a licensed bar. plus, live entertainment with a different theme each time!

A rising star on the Nottingham music scene, Luke Peter Foster will be headlining the event. Luke mixes spoken word and hip hop influences to evolve his unique sound and commanding his spot in Nottingham’s current music revolution.

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Luke will be supported by 11 live poets from Nottingham based DIY Poets who will be popping up throughout the evening to spread their words. The established poetry collective, aims to give budding poets the opportunity to perform their work in public and get published.

Synthetic Pro Audio will be on the decks playing some great tunes and in honour of Record Store Day on the 21st, anyone is welcome to bring their own vinyl for Steve to play!

A selection of tasty street food vendors will be in residence to whet your appetite and a licensed bar will feature craft beers and Nottingham’s own Redsmiths gin! There will also be an array of craft stalls to browse and pick up some unusual treats and gifts, whilst supporting Nottingham’s flourishing independent business community.

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So, if you are looking for a place to chill, meet friends, eat, drink and be entertained, then head down to Sneinton Market on Friday 20th and join the new Friday Night street scene!

Sneinton Market is part of the Creative Quarter, a nurturing environment that attracts and supports independent businesses to start up, grow and thrive. The Creative Quarter company encourages the growth of Nottingham’s creative economy and promotes this city centre location as a great place to live, learn, work and invest.

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