Hockley Hustle 2019
Sunday 27th October, 2019

Hockley Hustle is the music festival where for one day only, the trendiest corner of Nottingham goes just a little bit crazy getting on down to just about every kinda beat that the local music scene can drag up.

Through out Hockley, space is turned into venues, bands tune up and punters crowd the streets. This is growing into something really quite special and it can’t be long before the festival grows taking over the whole weekend.

If you like music ... just be there!

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Selected Events

31K
Acts on from 2 till 11

An independent bar with laid back vibes, great cocktails, lovely food and a comfortable space to listen to some tunes.

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Bar 11: Gully 45

When the sun goes down, and you’re in serious need of a skank, get down to Gully 45’s carnival-themed after party. There’ll be dub-inspired DJ sets, for the massive final celebration of the Hustle.

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Bodega (downstairs): Acoustic Sessions
Acts 12- 11 p.m.

The Bodega’s Acoustic Sessions showcases some of the finest acoustic talent from Notts and beyond, and will be making a very special Sunday appearance for HH this year with acts you should be checking out.

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Bodega (Up): Gigantic Tickets & ROFL Audio Present
Acts 4 - 11 p.m.

Indie, folk, hip hop and alternative acts await. Gigantic Tickets are passionate about music and are teaming up with ROFL Audio Recording Studios to showcase the finest Nottingham talent upstairs at The Bodega this year.

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Brewdog: BUTTONPUSHER & Idiot King
Acts 1 - 11 p.m.

Taking over Brewdog at this year’s Hustle are two local music promoters specialising in noise rock, math rock and alternative sounds.

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For the Love of George

 "They'll be painting the park fence soon. It could do with a new coat. They do it every now and then."

The woman from the reproduction antiques shop contemplates the state of the state of the park fencing opposite.

Well there isn’t much else to do.

Until one day George walks in to look at a reproduction Queen Ann desk.

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Broadway Cinema: LeftLion & Phlexx Records
Acts 1 - midnight

Phlexx cover all sorts of genres, bringing you some of the finest local vocals. They’re teaming up with LeftLion Magazine – Nottingham’s best-loved media source – who will be delivering poetry and good times in the best cinema of the land.

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Bunkers Hill: Kennys Stage
Acts 3-11 p.m.

“Old geezer” Kenny has been promoting events for over thirty years, for 13 years programmed Mofest and more recently the main stage at the Nottingham Green Festival.

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City Arts: Green Thinking
Acts 12 - 5:30

City Arts this year becomes the mothership of green-focused talks, education and action, featuring a star cast of energetic environmentalists.

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City Arts: Synaesthesia Electronic
Acts 7 - 11 p.m.

Showcasing the most exciting electronic music talent in the East Midlands and beyond, Synaesthesia Electronica are combining music with digital art projections on the City Arts stage.

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Das Kino: I’m Not From Brooklyn & 0115
Acts 2 - 12

Performances, clashes and an unmissable vibe are coming to Das Kino. 0115ive and I’m Not From Brooklyn join forces to bring a contemporary lineup of new and old-school hip hop, electronic, jazz and acoustic music.

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Debbie Bryan: Desire, Love, Identity: Nottingham queer-life stories

Story makers, poets, and raconteurs share extracts from new work written for the queer anthology Desire, Love, Identity.

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Emmanuel House: We Shall Overcome
acts 3 - 5 p.m.

With music and spoken word, we’re raising a fist in the face of austerity. We Shall Overcome have teamed up with homelessness charity Emmanuel House – one of the four organisations we’re supporting this year – to deliver a line-up of local artists.

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Fox & Grapes: Revolution Sounds Presents
Acts 1 - 10 p.m.

A mixture of acoustic, rock, and singer-songwriters can be found at Fox & Grapes. All brought by Revolution Sounds – the folks who brought you music nights at the much-loved and very-much-missed, The Maze.

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Herbert Kilpin: Wire & Wool
Acts 2 - 11 p.m.

Expect blues, acoustic music, and quirky folk down at Herbert Kilpin – the venue named after the Nottingham bloke who founded AC Milan.

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Hockley Arts Club (Downstairs): Acoustickle
Acts 1 - 12

Discover emerging jazz, soul, hip hop, r’n’b and spoken word talent with Acoustickle. These local promoters create magical settings by decorating their venues with candles and sweet scents.

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Hockley Arts Club (Up): Bras Not Bombs presents The Caribou Club
4 - 9 p.m.

Be prepared to dance and sing along at our one-off cabaret club featuring some of the most revered kick ass musicians and artists from Nottingham and beyond.

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Hockley Rebel Downstairs: Kerblammo
Acts 2 - 12

Celebrating Nottingham music – from foot-stomping blues to hip hop bands – with a huge party to boot!

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We Need To Talk About Erik

 A short story, based, rather loosely it has to be said on some actual things that actually happened one rainy Bank Holiday weekend in Whitby.

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Hockley Rebel Upstairs: The Friday Club
Acts 2 - 11

Fancy some indie-rock tunes? Friday Club is all about getting the incredible acts, and awesome crowds, involved in something special.

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Jamcafé
2 - late

Find folk, jazz, blues, and pop goodness here. An independent music venue and craft beer bar in the heart of Hockley

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Kean’s Head: The Pin Up Sessions
Acts 5 - 11

This small venue can pack a punch. Expect indie-rock and folk vibes, brought to you by The Pin-up Sessions, who’ve been delivering live sessions to the people of the internet since 2018.

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Lord Roberts: Hello Thor & Friends
Acts 5 - 11

A smorgasbord of fun can be found downstairs at the Lord Roberts, as part of indie label Hello Thor’s 10th anniversary celebrations.

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Peggy’s Skylight: Peggys Present
Acts 12 till 12

A marvellous morning of interactive storytelling, magic, dance and penguins. Come and join us as we adventure under the sea, through mighty forests, and over snowy lands, trying to get a little penguin to do some magic!

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Sue Ryder: Nottingham Poetry Festival
Acts 2 - 6:30

Spoken word, rap, interactive performances, and an open mic to try out your own stuff. Every year Nottingham Poetry Festival brings the best local and national talent together in a huge showcase, and this is the first year they feature at Hockley Hustle. Bards, unite!

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