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Strictly Come Dancing live tour: Best places to park in Nottingham city centre for show

todayFebruary 3, 2022

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After cancellations due to the pandemic, 2022 is welcoming the return of the magnificent Strictly Come Dancing Live Arena Tour – and it’ll soon be in Nottingham.

Kicking off in Birmingham in January 2022, a host of the celebs and professional dancers from the BBC One TV series will waltz around the country performing 33 shows in some of the UK’s biggest arenas.

The tour will visit the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham for three shows: Wednesday February 9 2022 at 7.30pm and Thursday February 10 2022 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Every performance of this event will have an accredited BSL Interpreter, making this the most BSL accessible arena tour in the UK to date.

It’s bound to be a popular event and knowing where to park is essential if making the trip.

Fortunately in Nottingham there’s plenty of places to head to with some just a short walk from the arena.

Here’s a selection if you’re making your way to Nottingham city centre to see the show:

Sneinton Market Square

Height restrictions
2m 28cm (7’ 6”)

Opening times
24 hours, 7 days

Spaces
49 (8 electric charge points)

Location
Aberdeen Street, Nottingham, NG3 1JB

The best news is it’s just a five minute walk from the arena.

One hour: Free

Two hours: £1.70

Three hours: £2.50

Four hours: £4.60

12 hours: £7.50

Lace Market

Height restrictions
1m 95cm / (6’ 5”)

Opening times
24 hours, 7 days

Spaces
500 (2 charge points)

Location
Pilcher Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1QE

Just a six minute walk to the arena.

Up to 2 hours

£4.40

Up to 4 hours

£6.70

Up to 6 hours

£10.50

Up to 8 hours

£14.00

Up to 24 hours

£16.00

Evening (Enter after 5 pm and leave before 2 am the next day)

£8.00

Overnight Tariff (Arrive after 5 pm and leave by 10 am)

£16.00

Broad Marsh Car Park



The new Broad Marsh car park
The new Broad Marsh car park

Opening times

24 hours, 7 days

Spaces
1304

Location
Collin Street, Nottingham

It’s a nine-minute walk to the arena from the brand new Broad Marsh car park.

  • Up to two hours £4.60
  • Up to four hours £6.80
  • Up to six hours £10.50
  • Up to eight hours £14
  • Up to 24 hours £16

Nottingham Station car park

The multi-storey car park on Queens Road has 512 spaces and is open 24/7. Access the train station from level 2 or level 3.

It’s a nine-minute walk to the arena

Short stay: Free pick up and drop off area on level 0 (30 minutes maximum). Tickets don’t have to be validated for this amount of time.

Off-Peak

  • Monday – Friday 10:00 – 02:30
  • Saturday – Sunday Anytime
  • £5.00

Off-Peak Evening

  • Monday – Sunday 18:00 – 2:30 £3.00

Weekend

  • Friday 10:00 – Midnight Sunday £8.00

Trinity Square

It’s just under a 20-minute walk to the arena from this car park, but is ideally placed in the city centre if you want to get something to eat before heading to the arena.

Height restrictions
2m 5cm (6’9″)

Opening times
24 hours, 7 days

Spaces
440

Location
North Church Street, Nottingham

  • Up to two hours £4.60
  • Up to four hours £6.80
  • Up to six hours £10.50
  • Up to eight hours £14
  • Up to 24 hours £16

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