Fashionably Late at East Midlands Designer Outlet

Fasionably Late

Head to East Midlands Designer Outlet for fashionably late shopping this month, with late night events taking place tonight and on Friday 21 and 28 August.

With entertainment from the whole family and extra savings on your favourite brands, the Fashionably Late event is the perfect Friday night out come rain or shine. Located just a few minutes from Junction 28 of the M1, East Midlands Designer Outlet offers free parking and is within easy reach of Nottinghamshire attractions and hotels.

Enjoy children’s rides, giant family games, free face painting, a treasure hunt and brilliant live music adding to the party atmosphere.

On Friday 28 August kick-off your bank holiday weekend with an extra special evening, also featuring stilt walkers, street magicians and a caricaturist, making for a memorable night at this top shopping destination.

As well as entertainment there’ll be extra discounts off top brands including Adidas, Gap, French Connection, Kurt Geiger, Lacoste, Levis and Radley London. After all the shopping and fun, relax over 2 courses for just £11.95 at Pizza Express – pizza, family fun and brilliant bargains, the perfect Friday night out this August.

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To find out more on what’s on at the East Midlands Designer Outlet as well as details on their latest offers and special events, head over to their website.

 

Posted on 14 August 2015
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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