Real ales, Craft Ales, Ciders and Perries, live entertainment, pub games, commemorative glass and programme and we have disabled access available.
Tickets sell out fast so get yours early! If you want to go a step further and sponsor us, visit our sponsors page to see what you can do! All profits from the festival go to local charitable causes.
This year we’ll be having local food vendors providing popup restaurants at the festival offering pulled pork, ribs, burgers, hot dogs etc. The finest beers together with the finest food.
You will be emailed a ticket which you must print out yourself.
Alternatively, we’ll scan the email you receive on your phone on the door.
Printed tickets are only available at the Mill Hotel, Chester Beer & Wine and Old Harker’s Arms.
Beer cards are available at the front of the Festival and cost £TBC each. Every beer card gets you 4 tokens worth 4 half pints of any beer, lager, cider or perry on offer. Alternatively, you can also use each £TBC beer card to get 2 glasses of wine. Once you have purchased your beer card, you can take them to the bar and enjoy a glass or three of real ale.
For those who can’t or don’t wish to drive, we offer a FREE bus service. The bus leaves Town Hall and makes a stop at Chester Railway Station before continuing on to the Festival. The bus times are as follows:
7:00pm, 7:30pm, 8:00pm
10:30pm, 11:00pm, 11:30pm
We reserve the right to change these times without notice and to refuse any passenger at out discretion. Please remember that if you do decide to drive to the festival, you will not be able to drink alcohol! We do however, have on-site parking.
We rely on the fantastic support of local businesses each year to help organise the festival, with all profits we make over the three day event going straight to local charities and good causes. Over the course of the weekend over 2,000 people will come to the festival. Why not show off your business to them?
Plus, buy any sponsorship deal and we’ll give you free tickets to come to the festival!
Sponsorship deals start at £75. Please get in touch to discuss how we can help you get your business seen at the festival.
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