A rollercoaster ride in motion at Hull Fair.
The parking barriers will in installed on Chanterlands Avenue and Spring Bank West for the duration of Hull Fair 2023.

What’s on in Hull – October 2023

It’s starting to get a bit colder and the days are getting shorter, but there’s still plenty going on in Hull this month.

Hull Fair 2023

Walton Street, 6 Oct – 14 Oct 2023, various times

We had to start with Hull Fair. You can’t talk about what’s going on in Hull in October without talking about Hull Fair.

We will be sharing content, nostalgia and information in the run up to the fair and during it, so keep an eye on our channels, and share your own memories and pictures with us.

Hull Trinity Festival Rebooted

Hull City Centre, 30 Sep – 1 Oct 2023, 2pm onwards

Trinity Festival Rebooted harks back to the early days of Hull Trinity Festival, which HullBID established in 2012.

This year, it’s going back to its original roots, with various bars throughout Hull city centre the venues for an array of live music ranging from solo acoustic to full bands.

The festival will take place over the last weekends of September, November, January and March.

The Waterboys are coming to Hull.

The Waterboys

Bonus Arena, 8 Oct 2023, 7pm

Legendary rockers The Waterboys are gracing Connexin Live this month.

Expect to hear all the classics from a career spanning 40 years, including, of course, the iconic ‘The Whole Of The Moon’.

The Steampunk Ball takes place at the Guildhall on 21 October.

Hulloween Steampunk Festival

Trinity Market, 20 Oct – 22 Oct 2023, various times

Why not get into the spirit of Halloween early this year with the Hulloween Steampunk Festival?

There’s plenty going on with live music, ghost walks from local historian Mike Covell, steampunk talks and parades.

Tarantino Fest PT 3!

The New Adelphi Club, 29 Oct 2023, 2pm onwards

The 3rd edition of Tarantino fest is a dusk till dawn Halloween special, in collaboration with legendary Bud Heron.

Also on the bill are six-piece blues powerhouses Backroom Blues and Leeds-band Mother Said.

The Guildhall in Hull, with Charles Wilson statue in the foreground
Waste fly-tipped by Mr Carl Moreton of Anlaby Road, Hull.