Bramley Apple Festival
Celebrating the district's famous cooking apple. A festival suitable for the serious foodie as well as the casual passer-by. Every year, people gather in the picturesque town of Southwell where the Bramley apple was first propagated more than 200 years ago.
The aim of the Can-do Film Festival is to encourage digital film-making and showcase the films of the many independent filmmakers in the county and beyond. It is funded by Nottinghamshire County Council.
Food stalls, music and some camping. Friday 7 July to Sunday 9 July at Orchard Farm, Rolleston, Notts, NG23 5SJ.
A music festival held in Farnsfield celebrating the best of local talent. There are also a wealth of activities to keep you entertained and an array of local food and drink to keep you energised.
£5 offers throughout Newark. More than 70 shops involved plus the buskers festival will be in full swing.
What better way is there to spend a long summer evening listening to your favourite performers in the picturesque location of Thoresby. For 60s, 70s and 80s enthusiasts this is a must but the atmosphere caters for everyone.
Outdoor concerts in the heart of Sherwood Forest.
Southwell hosts 'Britain's biggest little festival' each June. English and Celtic music are at the core of the festival but they have expanded to embrace other roots music forms. Country, gypsy jazz, ska, rockabilly, blugrass, punk, traditional and contemporary music are all represented in this ever popular festival.
Held at Clumber Park in September, this food and drink festival features cooking demonstrations, food marquee and craft marquee. There are always plenty of samples so you can have taste of what's on offer and there will be plenty of food stalls ready to serve you up a well deserved lunch.
An amazing range of art and design by top East Midlands artists with activities for children and young people. Plenty of workshops are run throughout the festival so you can try your hand at a range or disciplines.
A week long festival featuring talks and presentations from authors, poets and writers. There are events to suit all literary tastes and plenty for the kids to enjoy as well.
A very special weekend to celebrate the life and history of the great British woodland.
Newark's very own music festival featuring live music and big bands at Newark Showground. Mudfest features festival bands on 3 stages, big top tents, bars and loads of different kinds of entertainment.
With top national blues artists performing, as well as established local bands, the event attracts attendees from all over the UK and beyond.
An annual literary festival celebrating the best writers from local to international.
Held annually in June, this festival is a musical extravaganza for the people of Newark. Along with the big musical names, there are street entertainers, food and drink festival, fun fair and Newark Carnival.
A very special opportunity to see, meet and buy from more than 250 artists, craft makers and photographers, all selected to showcase some of the very best in their field.
The Robin Hood Festival happens every August in Sherwood Forest.
Costumed characters roam the forest while music, jousting, theatre and much more bring the forest to life. There's also a funfair, food stands and lots of Robin Hood-themed activities which bring the legend to life.
An annual parade and festival held in Sconce and Devon Park, Newark
The Southwell Library Poetry Festival is a regular event to celebrate poetry in all its forms.
Southwell Music Festival is an annual, top-quality classical music festival taking place each August Bank Holiday to celebrate classical music, based around the town's magnificent mediaeval Minster.
The festival was founded by former Southwell Minster Chorister Marcus Farnsworth, an award winning baritone, who hails from the area.
Splendour has a proud history of bringing international artists to Nottingham's Wollaton Hall.
A weekend of music, food and fun in the beautiful village of Wellow.