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BIG UPS! 08.06.2015

A huge, huge thank you to all of the incredible artists that performed over the weekend, all of the crew, bar staff and especially to you guys, we couldn’t have done it without you!

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The all-important set times have just been released for No Tomorrow Festival so you can start planning your party of the summer. You can download this year’s set times by clicking here.

As well as set times for our performances and DJ slots the set times also include times for Pineapple Circus Village Fayre’s egg and spoon races, blind cheese taste tests, welly wanging, ceilidh dancing, cow tipping, Bearded Kitten’s huge array of interactive games, Car Boot Disco Bingo sessions, workshops and craft fairs and the official No Tomorrow after party.

Are all of your favourite acts playing on one particular day at No Tomorrow? Day Tickets are now available for both Saturday and for Sunday at just £47.50 including booking fee. You can purchase your Day Ticket by clicking here.

Once you know when everything is happening, you’ll need to know where everything is taking place, which is why we’ve put together this handy site map for you to use across the weekend. You can download the map by clicking here.

You’ve got your set times, you’ve got your map and you’ve got your tickets. Now all you need to do is head to Wollaton Park on the 6th and 7th June and witness a weekend of live music like never before with John Newman, Jessie Ware, James Bay, DJ Fresh, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants, DJ EZ, Bondax, Nick Mulvey, Kwabs, Blonde LIVE, Milky Chance, Kidnap Kid, My Nu Leng and many, many more.


We are just days away from huge headline sets by John Newman, Jessie Ware, James Bay, DJ Fresh, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants and lots, lots more!  With Day Tickets now available and a heat wave forecast, there really is no better place to be than at No Tomorrow Festival at Wollaton Park this weekend!

Day Tickets for No Tomorrow Festival are priced at £47.50 including booking fees and are available to book by clicking here. You can also check out who is performing on each day by clicking here.

As well as Day Tickets we’ve recently announced the site map for this year’s event so you can start planning where you’ll be going and what attractions you’ll be getting stuck into over the June weekend. You can download the map by clicking here.


No Tomorrow Festival 2015 is almost upon us and you can now check out this year’s site map of Wollaton Park and download it by clicking here.

This year’s event features three stages; Main Stage, Black Butter Records/Stealth Stage (Big Top) and The Dance Off Stage, make sure you know which of our incredible acts you want to see and where you want to see them so you can get down in time for their sets.

There’s always far more to No Tomorrow Festival than our carefully curated line-up of breaking acts, use the map to track down the mad world of the Bearded Kitten Games Arena, the twisted summer fete that is Pineapple Circus Village Fayre and the bonkers Car Boot Disco Bingo. You crafty creatures will be able to get stuck into creative workshops and craft fairs and don’t forget to locate the snap-happy festival photo booth to capture those unforgettable No Tomorrow memories.

There’s also a whole host of delicious eateries in our mouth-watering food villages, an array of independent stalls in our boutique market, not to mention beautiful cocktail bars, our colourful Cubanisto bar and don’t forget to find those all-important bar token booths!

Whether you need to work out where to catch the bus home, where you can pick up your festival merch, where you can drop off your coat or even where the loos are, you can check them all out on our downloadable map and plan your attack for No Tomorrow Festival 2015.


There’s just 4 whole weeks left until No Tomorrow takes over Wollaton Park for Nottingham’s biggest outdoor weekend festival, and we are excited to reveal the day splits for this year’s event.  Click the arrow below to check out how each day shapes up and see what other exciting entertainment we have in store for the first weekend of June.


This year’s Saturday headliner is Jessie Ware, whose soulful, melancholy vocals, effortless elegance and song writing skills, is set to amaze us all this spring.  Joining Jessie is BRIT Award nominee DJ Fresh, who has scored multiple number 1s on both the UK singles and UK Dance charts. Two-time Mercury Prize nominee Nick Mulvey is steadily ascending the scale of critically acclaimed singer-songwriters here in the UK and we can’t wait to see him perform at this year’s festival. The Saturday will also see performances from Kwabs, Blonde, Karen Harding, Zak Abel, JP Cooper, KStewart, Hannah Wants, Bondax, DJ EZ, Eton Messy, TCTS, 99 Souls, Grades and more.

Sunday will be crowned by the Northern soul inspired pop majesty of John Newman. Joining Newman is singer-songwriter James Bay who won the 2015 BRITS Critics’ Choice award following in the footsteps of Adele and last year’s No Tomorrow headliner Sam Smith. We also have Milky Chance performing their highly-anticipated electronic-infused pop tracks. Alongside these must-see acts will be sets from Soak, MNEK, Philip George, Gorgon City, Raleigh Ritchie, Shelter Point. Kipnap Kid, My Nu Leng, Justin Martin, Applebottom, Woz and a whole lot more.

On top of this year’s amazing line-up we also have a great selection of attractions to keep you entertained across the weekend. We will be joined by Bearded Kitten Games Arena, Carboot Disco Bingo, Pineapple Circus Village Fayre and The Dance Off Stage who will be providing you the chance to get stuck into Jelly Wrestling, Blindfolded Musical Chairs, Tug of War, Blind Cheese Taste Testing, Ariel Sock Wrestling, Welly Wanging and more activities we can’t reveal just yet.

We have also sourced some of the best in gourmet street food for No Tomorrow Festival 2015, with delicious food from Diamond Dogs, Woodburns Pizza, Market Street Chippy, Los Churros Amigos, Smoked, Simply Cakes and more bringing us freshly-made burgers, wood-flamed pizzas, extensive offerings for vegans and veggies plus sugary treats for those with a sweet tooth.


Chart-topper DJ Fresh, Hannah Wants, Kwabs and Raleigh Ritchie head up our third wave of announcements for No Tomorrow Festival 2015 at Nottingham’s Wollaton Park on the 6th and 7th June. The No Tomorrow party will be reaching new heights this year with Kidnap Kid, Applebottom, Shelter Point and many more!

BRIT Award nominee DJ Fresh has scored multiple number 1s on both the UK singles and UK Dance charts; this summer the drum ‘n’ bass maestro brings his hits to Wollaton Park much to the delight of eager No Tomorrow festival-goers. DJ Fresh has collaborated with artists including Diplo, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Dizzee Rascal, Ella Eyre and more.

Also joining the bill is Kwabs, an artist who featured in the BBC Sound of 2015 list and boasts 40 million YouTube views for his track ‘Walk’. Swiftly signed to Atlantic Records, Kwabs is steadily making waves with his soulful take on R&B. The eagle-eyed amongst us may spot that No Tomorrow’s next addition, Raleigh Ritchie, has also graced screens as Grey Worm in Game of Thrones. In his musical guise Ritchie also adds a spin to R&B adding in tinges of rap that sees him touted as a one to watch this year.

Synths, beats and breaks come hard and heavy across the latest additions to No Tomorrow. Dubbed ‘the undisputed queen of 2014’ by Mixmag, Hannah Wants shows no signs of slowing down in 2015. Wants is part of BBC Radio 1’s Residency and her bass heavy house is steadily tearing up dance floors across Europe, soon to include No Tomorrow. Local duo Shelter Point are also now confirmed and will offer up a downbeat and brooding take on all things electronic.

Black Butter Records have already contributed several acts to the No Tomorrow bill, now the festival welcomes yet more from the label in the form of energetic house whizz, Kidnap Kid and Bristolian rising star of the UK bass scene, Woz. Young DJ, Applebottom, aka Joe Arthur, may only have broken through two years ago but nationwide sell out shows are already a common sign in his touring schedule to which No Tomorrow has been added.

TCTS heads to No Tomorrow with glowing references; the DJ otherwise known as Sam O’Neil has seen support from heavyweights such as Annie Mac, MistaJam and more. Eclectic but anonymous duo 99 souls and local boy, dollop and Stealth resident D’lex are also on hand behind the festival’s decks. With a career spanning over 20 years DJ Zinc is a highly qualified addition to proceedings. Zinc’s pirate radio and DJ shows have seen the Londoner tackle drum ‘n’ bass, break, house and much more.

UK bass artist Shoot the Ghost, Nottingham’s boy/girl production duo Ursa Major and another Stealth regular, Strike, bolster what is fast becoming the dance and crossover line up of the summer. International flavours are to be brought to No Tomorrow by Toronto’s multi-skilled filmmaker, drum ‘n’ bass DJ and producer Rene LaVice. DJs from local club nights Caramello, Afrowax and Bakery are the last but no means least from this current announcement.

This third wave of artists sit alongside headliners including John Newman and Jessie Ware, James Bay, Bondax, DJ EZ, Milky Chance, Gorgon City, Nick Mulvey, and SOAK.

EAT ▶ PARTY ▶ REPEAT 27.03.2015

No Tomorrow 2015 is primed with the most sought after names from both the underground and mainstream scenes and in between classic sets from John Newman, Jessie Ware, James Bay, Milky Chance and many more, you’ll have chance to refuel with our fine selection of street food and craft drinks.

3Cz Caribbean Catering & Cuisine

Caribbean Street Food, local to Nottingham.  Having served up Jerk Chicken Burgers, Lamb & Jerk and more to venue goers at Rescue Rooms / Stealth they now bring their Caribbean delights to No Tomorrow.


Diamond Dogs

Handcrafting the finest Hot Dogs from scratch, using traditional methods and smoked over English fruit woods, topped with chilli, nacho cheese and more.


Dinky Donuts

Fresh hot donuts, served with a variety of sweet dips and optional luxurious extras served from their dinky trailer.


Dovecote Farm BBQ

Gourmet locally farmed burgers and sausages, served up from a vintage milk float.


I Love Ostrich

I Love Ostrich, famous for delicious ostrich burgers.  Serving up burgers with a choice of toppings (including Colston Basset Stilton Mayonnaise, Sweet Chilli and Garlic Mayo, their famous Jack Daniel’s Onions, Crumbled Farmhouse Cheddar and Wild Spring Onion) and Ostrich Meatballs.


It’s All Greek To Me

Based locally to No Tomorrow in Nottingham, It’s All Greek To Me serve up a feast of Mediterranean treats from their van.  Highlights on the menu include Chargrilled Sirloin Steak in Mediterranean Flat Bread, Chicken Skewars, Oven Baked Greek Style Lamb and Halloumi Cheese along with Spinach & Feta Pies, Stuffed Vine Leaves, Meze Boxes and Baklava for afters!


Le Café Crepe

Serving a huge variety of food from their vibrant stall, Le Café Crepe offer choice including fresh hot flipped and filled crepes, noodles with a variety of secret homemade sauces served in a Chinese Pot alongside real fair trade coffees and hot chocolates.


Los Churros Amigos

The tastiest snack on Earth!  Churros are eaten with a thick chocolate sauce at any time of the day throughout Spanish and Latino countries, but becoming increasingly popular across Europe, the States and the Far East. Los Churros Amigos are festival circuit regulars, look out for their fantastic shack and delicious sweet snacks at No Tomorrow.


Market Street Chippy

Top quality Fish & Chips served from Lancashire fryers Market Street Chippy.  Alongside the classic Cod and Chips, you’ll find speciality dishes including Tempura King Prawns, Clamari rings and Thai Fish Cakes along with staple sides such as mushy peas and tartar sauce.


Mem Saab

Favourite local Nottingham restaurant Mem Saab will be bringing their Authentic Indian Cuisine from inside to outdoors, with a stall at No Tomorrow.  Menu includes Chicken, Lamb and Veggie wraps, Chicken Tikka, Beef Madras, Vegetarian Samosas and Aloo & Panner Bhajis.


Panda Express Catering

Serving a range of noodles and rice along with a selection of the most popular Chinese sauces with your choice of Chicken, Beef or King Prawn.


Rupert’s Street

Rupert’s Street is a vegan street food regular on the London scene, producing imaginative food that’s all prepared with passion.  Their No Tomorrow menu will include Beetroot & Chickpea Burgers with Kale salad, Spicy Bean Balls and Squash & Lentil Curry, all served with homemade sauces.


Simply Cakes

Simply Cakes specialise in delicious homemade tea time delights, hand made by Catherine in her kitchen in Derbyshire.  From slices of sponge, boozy cakes and traybakes to loafs and gorgeous, delicately decorated cupcakes.



When they’re not serving up smoked meats and vegetarian delights in a festival field, Smoked can be found at Nottingham’s own Malt Cross Arts Centre.  Priding themselves on sourcing the best quality ingredients to make the tastiest smoked food this side of the Atlantic, they smoke on a traditional charcoal smoker with hickory wood and know that patience is everything.  Enjoy meat and vegetarian option on an artisan bread roll or as part of a healthy hearty salad.


The Burger Kitchen

Hand made in the New Forest by their own butcher, using moor and grass fed beef, The Burger Kitchen enjoy burgers.  From a simple cheese burger with a dash of sauce, to a raclette burger with melted cheese, to the full works with a list of ingredients to make you stop and share.  Burgers that taste great, look sharp, have an attitude all of their own and most of all are big, messy deliciously fun to eat.


The Mac Shac

A new concept in street food for the 2015 festival season; The Mac Shac provides a unique take on a classic dish.  With a ‘creole’ décor and properly awesome food inspired by the USA but baked fully fresh with the Best of British.  Choices include “Return Of The Mac”, “Fleetwood Mac” and “Woah Mac & Womac” – all include baked pasta in a truly killer cheese sauce topped with 3 Yorkshire Cheeses, shaken up with some epic additions & toppings to create something truly unique to The Mac Shac!


Woodburns Pizza

All pizzas hand made from local, fresh, artisan ingredients: 00 flour, yeast, sour dough starter, some water (nothing else) then baked in a wood-fired clay oven and topped with your choice of a huge range of toppings to build your own pizza.


Set against the backdrop of Wollaton Hall, No Tomorrow will be firmly kicking off summer 2015 on 6th and 7th June with a heady mix of cutting edge artists and carefully curated DJ sets sprawled across several stages. Added to the already captivating line-up are electronic-infused pop duo Milky Chance, Mercury Music Prize-nominee Nick Mulvey and Black Butter Records’ dancefloor heroes Gorgon City, plus many more.


Milky Chance’s unique style of electronic-infused pop tracks such as ‘Stolen Dance’ and ‘Down By The River’ have clocked up over 170 million views on YouTube. The duo consisting of Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch have previously sold out two successive nights at Shepherd’s Bush Empire and scored number one singles in several European countries.

North London producers Gorgon City have racked up a top 10 album and two top 10 singles in the UK charts including ‘Ready For Your Love’, a track featuring fellow No Tomorrow performer MNEK.

Schooled in Havana, Cuba, Nick Mulvey brings a worldly mindset to his music. With two Mercury Music Prize nominations under his belt, one for his part in Portico Quartet and another as a solo artist in his own right, Mulvey is steadily ascending the scale of critically acclaimed singer-songwriters on home-ground here in the UK.

SOAK is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Ireland who has been on multiple ‘ones-to-watch’ lists over the past couple of years including the BBC Sound of 2015. Now fully breaking through into the charts with melancholic hits such as ‘B a noBody’ and the Radio 1 A-listed track ‘Sea Creatures’.

Another act to have collaborated with the prolific MNEK and confirmed to appear at No Tomorrow is Karen Harding. Her track ‘Say Something’ has been certified as Silver by the BPI, selling over 200,000 copies since its release in January, making the tune one of 2015’s biggest singles so far.

JP Cooper is a recent signing to the legendary Island Records, he has toured with Angie Stone and collaborated with George The Poet. Dubbed ‘Hot for 2015’ by BBC Radio 1Xtra the next addition, Zak Abel, has been building quite a reputation for his strong, distinctive vocals as featured on ‘Unmissable’, the Top 20 track by fellow No Tomorrow act Gorgon City. We’ll be keeping things in the family with label mates to Gorgon City, My Nu Leng. The Bristol-based My Nu Leng come highly recommended by taste-makers at Rinse, Radio 1, 1Xtra and more.

Finally in keeping with the electronic theme, Dirtybird co-founder Justin Martin will no doubt get the crowds dancing with his signature jacking beats. Meanwhile chief remixer, Kiss FM stalwart and Bastille-collaborator Grades will bring his hits such as ‘Crocodile Tears’ to the No Tomorrow airwaves.

This second round of artists join previously announced acts including headliners John Newman and Jessie Ware, James Bay, Bondax, DJ EZ and many more of the most sought after names from both the underground and mainstream scenes. No Tomorrow’s line-up is speedily shaping up to be a vanguard-busting array of the best acts across a multitude of live and DJ genres.

WIN ▶ 4 x VIP UPGRADE TICKETS 26.02.2015

Got what it takes to be a No Tomorrow VIP? We’re giving you the chance for you and three mates to win VIP upgrades for No Tomorrow Festival 2015 worth over £300.

To enter all you need to do is visit the No Tomorrow Facebook Page, Like the Competition Post, Share it with your Friends and Comment Tagging three of your No Tomorrow MVPs.

VIP tickets include VIP queue jump entry, exclusive VIP village , VIP bar , luxury VIP toilets , complimentary cloakroom and phone charging , official No Tomorrow lanyard & programme and access to the VIP photobooth.

In order to qualify for this incredible prize you will need to have purchased a standard weekend ticket for No Tomorrow. If you’ve yet to purchase your weekend ticket you can do so by clicking here.

The VIP Village will be open from gates open to the close of the event following the end of the Main Stage performance. The VIP Bar will stop serving alcoholic beverages 15 minutes before the end of the last performance.

VIP Queue Jump Entry
On each entrance gates there will be a dedicated VIP Entry lane allowing fast access / queue jump. Ticket holders must exchange their tickets for their wristband and No Tomorrow Lanyard at the VIP Entry. Ticket holders with a Upgrade ticket must present both their original ticket AND their Upgrade to VIP ticket for entry.

Exclusive VIP Village
The VIP Village is an exclusive area at the festival where guests will have queue-free access to luxury facilities, including bars and luxury toilets, festival themed and covered areas with lots out hang out spaces to amplify the No Tomorrow experience.

An exclusive VIP bar with super fast service, and an exclusive VIP bar menu with a huge variety of drink options.

Luxury VIP Toilets
Luxury units with complimentary products for use of VIP customers.

Complimentary Cloak Room Service & Phone Charging
An area within the VIP with cloak & phone charging service.

Official No Tomorrow Lanyard and Programme
No Tomorrow branded lanyard and programme for VIP customers.

VIP Photo Booth
Free photo booth in the VIP area including free prints. VIP branded with VIP themed props.


We’re thrilled to announce that John Newman and Jessie Ware, two of the most successful crossover acts to break through in recent years, are now confirmed as headliners for No Tomorrow Festival 2015!


No Tomorrow Festival will be crowned by a set from John Newman, a Yorkshireman channeling Northern soul into modern pop. Newman’s hits include the number one single ‘Love Me Again’ and guest spots on Rudimental’s ‘Feel The Love’ and Calvin Harris’ ‘Blame’, both of which also topped the UK Singles Chart. This performance will be the first time Newman has headlined a UK festival’s main stage.  Also confirmed to headline is Jessie Ware, queen of an updated take on R&B teetering on the edge of the electronic. As well as her own Mercury Prize nominated material, Ware has appeared as a guest vocalist on tracks by the likes of Disclosure and SBKTRT. This announcement follows two sold out shows for Jessie Ware at Brixton Academy.

Elsewhere we’re turning our attention to some of the most current and in-demand names attracting critical acclaim. Singer-songwriter James Bay features in the highest profile up-and-coming lists of the year including BBC Sound Of 2015 poll. Bay went on to win the BRITS Critics’ Choice award following in the footsteps of Adele and last year’s No Tomorrow headliner Sam Smith. DJ and house music producer Philip George brings homegrown talent to the festival. The Nottingham-based 21 year old recently made a big first impression by reaching number two in the UK Singles chart with his debut ‘Wish You Were Mine’.

Across No Tomorrow’s several stages we’ll have many more performances and a number of the finest international DJ talents. Bondax, DJ EZ, and Eton Messy will be delivering epic DJ set across the dance music spectrum. Also expect strong live performances from the enigmatic Bristol duo Blonde with full band, Grammy-nominated MNEK and Bondax guest vocalist KStewart, appearing in her own right with solo material.


▲ FOOD ▼

We are currently busy sourcing the best in gourmet street food for No Tomorrow Festival 2015. We aim to provide a wide variety of cuisines and food types; from freshly-made burgers to slow cooked meats, wood-flamed pizzas, extensive offerings for vegans & veggies and sugary treats for those with a sweet tooth.

We are looking for concessions that will provide high-quality produce at affordable prices and who can deliver a great service to thousands of hungry festival-goers.

If you own a food concession that fits the bill and would like to apply to tender for a pitch at No Tomorrow, please email before Friday 27th February 2015.


Aside from the programme of incredible live music and DJs on offer over the weekend, we’re curating a range of interactive spaces. Immersive theatre, live art installations and craft workshops

For those with a competitive streak we bring you No Tomorrow Games. Expect sumo suit wrestling, dodgem races, tug-of-war tournaments and disco-bingo.

If you think you can contribute to our interactive fringe programming, email



This year’s No Tomorrow Market will feature a host of stalls from hand-picked independent retailers. With an emphasis on innovative and unique products, there’ll be an array of handcrafted gifts, locally designed apparel and vintage clothing.

If you own a non-food concession and would like to apply for a pitch at No Tomorrow, please email before Friday 27th February 2015, when applications close.

NOW RECRUITING! ▶ Reps / Brand Managers / Street Team 30.01.2015

After an incredible event in 2014, No Tomorrow is returning this summer and we’re looking for dedicated ambassadors to help make the festival another huge success.

We have a number of roles available, including ticket sales reps & brand managers in Nottingham, Loughborough, Sheffield, Leicester, Derby and Lincoln.

If you’re interested in working for one of the summer’s most exciting new festivals, you can download an application form here:

After an incredible event in 2014, No Tomorrow is returning this summer and we’re looking for dedicated ambassadors to help make the festival another huge success.


Electronic duo Blonde have remixed Ne-Yo’s track ‘Coming With You’ and it’s sounding HUGE. Can’t wait to hear this live at No Tomorrow Festival!


At the end of last year, No Tomorrow headliner John Newman performed at the inaugural BBC Music Awards. Watch him perform track ‘Blame’ with Calvin Harris and get psyched for his set at No Tomorrow!


Nottingham’s own DJ / producer Philip George’s rise to success has been phenomenal, from studying at Confetti Studios and writing in his bedroom, George can now say he’s got a UK No.2 single under his belt. The Nottingham Post interviewed the 21 year old to hear his take on reaching the charts.

“I’ve been posting tracks on Soundcloud regularly,” he says of the music website where anyone can upload their own songs to be listened to for free.

“Out of nowhere Wish You Were Mine just started getting plays. People liked it and shared it among their friends on the internet. There was no big publicity machine behind it.”

The track has been played over three million times on the site, while the video has had more than a million views on YouTube.

“I had no idea it was going to be this big at all. It’s gone through the roof.”

 The success of the track caught the attention of dance label 3 Beat, who released it this week. Radio 1’s Fearne Cotton and Greg James have been championing the song, a 90s house track that samples Stevie Wonder’s My Cherie Amour.

Philip, who says his dream collaboration would be Sam Smith, will be playing No Tomorrow Festival 6-7 June 2015.

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READ ▶ Jessie Ware live at Brixton Academy – review 30.01.2015

This year’s No Tomorrow headliner Jessie Ware recently played a sold-out hometown show at o2 Brixton Academy, where she wowed the audience with tracks from her debut record as well as newer songs from album ‘Tough Love’. London’s Evening Standard gave the show a 4* review stating, “In their punchy, powerful live guises, songs such as Wildest Moments and No to Love were winners. Now she just needs a BRIT to make this a truly heroic year.”


Read the full review here.

Catch Jessie Ware at No Tomorrow Festival on 6-7 June, Wollaton Park, Nottingham.