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Bands in the Park - Victoria Embankment 2019

Victoria Embankment, NOTTINGHAM, Nottinghamshire, NG2 2JY

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Bands in the Park  - Victoria Embankment (Free event)
Various Dates from 30 June
Various times - please check below


Join us in this Green Flag award winning park in a new venue for 2019 for a summer series of free concerts. 

A short walk from Nottingham city centre, you will find Victoria Embankment, a historical public area that was constructed between 1898 and 1901 with 10 miles of concrete steps, 7.5 miles of iron fencing and 150 seats.

This public area is a great place to go for a casual stroll, along the River Trent.

The suspension bridge was built in 1906 and was originally designed to carry a water supply to Wilford Hill reservoir.

Queen Victoria’s statue arrived in the memorial gardens at Victoria Embankment in 1953 after standing in the city centre’s Old Market Square since it’s unveiling in 1905.

The bandstand on the Victoria Embankment is a Grade-II listed building, and is used to host brass bands during the summer and is also used as a main stage for bands performing at the annual Riverside Festival.


All dates:

Friday 5 July                 7pm         Nottingham Shakespeare Company present A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sunday 7 July               2pm         The Melton Band

Sunday 4 August          2pm         Johnny and the Raindrops at Riverside Festival

Sunday 25 August        2pm         Rolls-Royce Band

Sunday 8 September   2pm         Nottingham Concert Band

 

 

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