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Derby Festé Street Festival 2023

22 September 2023 - 23 September 2023

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Celebrating the best in outdoor entertainment from around the world, Derby Festé once more takes to the streets of Derby for a weekend of entertainment from 22 to 23 September.

Derby Feste 2023 Schedule

Highlights of the 2022 festival include:

Rogue Play’s Forests; Nikki and JD present Fireside; Nathan Geering a.k.a Awesome Wolf; Deep Down Brass; Shine A Light – Derbyshire & Toyota City 25 Years; Laura Murphy’s A Spectacle of Herself; Dr Ann Featherstone’s Fools and Horses: The Victorian Circus; OutdoorArtsUK Drop-In Breakfast; Tom Dale Company: Surge VR; Circo Rum Ba Ba’s The Whale; 2Faced Dance’s Lungs of Our City; Vanhulle Dance Theatre’s Dovetail; Circo Rum Ba Ba’s The Whale; Farmyard Circus; and Compagnie des Quidams TOTEMS.

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Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers from the 2022 Festival

The festival concludes with a vertical ballet on Silk Street by Delrevés – Finale Spectacular.

Full details of what is going on for #Feste23 can be found here.

When is Derby Feste 2023?

22 to 23 September.

For more ideas of what to do when in Derby, read, Things to Do in Derby: from Pubs to Suffragettes.

Other Festivals in Derby

In addition to the Feste, the city also has The Great Derbyshire Beer Festival in April and Derby Folk Festival in September / October.

To learn more about Derby Festé

Click here.

For tourist information on things to do in Derby


Main image : Out of The deep Blue, Credit Peter Lopeman


22 September 2023
23 September 2023


Derby,United Kingdom


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