The sold-out event will go ahead as part of phase 3 of the Government's Event Research Programme on the weekend of 23-25 July, at Hillsborough Park.
The Freshers Festival is coming to Sheffield
The national Secret Garden Live tour will be coming to Sheffield, Glasgow and London this September and October with top brands and interactive experiences. What is the best thing about Secret Garden Live? It is absolutely free to attend.
“Considering that the Freshers Festival is free it is a really high-quality event from start to finish. There are massive brands that take part and a huge variety of stands so there is something for everyone. I definitely recommend it to anyone that is looking to explore their city and see what it has to offer for students” – Poppy Murray (London attendee)
“Even though it is called The Freshers Festival, I have been attending pretty much every year I have been at University and now I am in my last year, it sucks I won’t be able to attend next year! I might just sneak in anyway…” – James Scott (Glasgow attendee).
The Freshers Festival tour will be starting in its home town of Glasgow at The Arches on the 18th and 19th of September before moving on to Sheffield City Hall on the 26th September and London’s Russell Square on the 3rd October. These city-centre locations will have plenty to offer for all students from local colleges and Universities.
Whether you are looking for career or VISA advice, event opportunities with companies like tech-superstars Deliveroo or looking to brush up on your beauty knowledge with Benefit Cosmetics, Freshers Festival has it all. There is a reason why it is Europe’s largest Freshers’ event for all students.
This year we are expecting up to 20,000 students across the three cities, so it is the perfect opportunity to meet new people, understand what brands have to offer and learn about industry trends. Secret Garden Live is focused on bringing you the best immersive experiences around industries that you love such as tech, beauty, fashion, lifestyle, music and of course, food and drink.
There will be freebies, fun and plenty of inspiration so make sure you register for a ticket now at www.freshersfestival.com.
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