Nottingham’s No Tomorrow festival debuted for the very first time in the summer of 2014; a simple one-day event in Wollaton Park featuring the likes of Sam Smith, Clean Bandit and London Grammar amongst many others… not bad for a festival’s debut.
This year, No Tomorrow has even bigger and better plans as a newly expanded two-day event to take place on the 6th and 7th of June, once again in the grounds of Wollaton Park.
Headlining the festival are the unlikely but nonetheless exciting John Newman and Jessie Ware, whilst this week saw the addition of DJ Fresh, Hannah Wants, Kwabs, 99 Souls and Raleigh Ritchie to the already extensive line-up that holds something for all tastes.
Year two of No Tomorrow promises to offer so much more than just the best of British pop music over the two days. 2015 will see the introduction of a Dance-Off stage where festivalgoers can compete for a chance of glory, as well as the addition of ‘The Bearded Kitten Games Arena’ that promises such insanity as ‘Blindfold Boxing’, ‘Jelly Wrestling‘ and ‘Wobble Football‘ to name just a few examples of what you can try your hand at.
With a strange take on the summer fete, Pineapple Circus Village Fayre are presenting a crazy array of happenings such as the ‘Blind Cheese Taste Test’, ‘Car Boot Disco Bingo‘ where your game card is made up of dance moves and even a Best In Show fruit and veg competition. Wild.
Tickets for No Tomorrow Festival are available at www.notomorrowfestival.co.uk priced at £65 each for a limited time only.
The weekend’s full line-up is available below: