Tickets

Tickets for the 2015 festival are now on sale online and from Worcester Live at the Huntington Hall box office.

This year there is no booking fee! Tickets will cost the same however you buy them (Worcester Live may charge).

Over 25% of tickets already sold for Friday!

Volunteers

Volunteers needed for all sessions. Please visit our volunteers page.

Sponsorship information

Welcome!

Welcome to the website for the Worcester Beer, Cider & Perry Festival.

Organized by the Worcester Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.

This year the festival will be from the 6th to the 8th August 2015.

Volunteer

The festival is organized and run by volunteers, so without people like you Worcester Beer Cider and Perry Festival could not happen.

Volunteers needed for all sessions. Please visit our volunteers page to sign up.


We have camping space available exclusively for staff in an enclosed area of the site. (There are no public camping facilities on the site)

Facilities include staff toilets, and showers.


For further information please use this form.

Tickets

In 2014 75% of our tickets were sold in advance, and all the tickets for Friday. Reflecting this, and to encourage advanced sales this year there is no booking fee for advanced ticket sales (Worcester Live may charge). Tickets will cost the same regardless of which way you buy yor ticket. An advanced ticket means you will get into the festival, so why not buy your ticket in advance? 

To try to stop a queue forming at the entrance at peak times we have simplified the entry packages this year to include only a single £7 strike card

We are strictly limiting entry numbers for each day. Once we have sold the number of entries for that day we will close entry for all door sales. We will not be selling tickets for Friday on the door, tickets for other days will be available on the door if we have any left.


Direct link to online shop
http://goo.gl/SKSRPg.

Tickets are also available from Worcester Live at the Huntington Hall box office. For more information go to this page.

Ticket sales update

28th June

We have now sold more than a quarter of the tickets we have on sale for the Friday. Ticket sales for the Thursday and the Friday also well ahead of sales for last year.

21st June

Less than two months to go and sales of ticket sales for 2015 are well ahead of sales for 2014. Ticket sales are currently more than twice what we had sold at this time last year, and even higher for Friday.

If you are planning on attending then please buy your ticket. There is no booking fee this year so tickets will cost the same if you buy them in advance or on the door.

Please remember that we will not be selling tickets on the door at any time on the Friday.

Food Concessions and Stalls

We have now selected our food and other concessions for this year.

Sponsorship

If you would like to discuss sponsorship with us please contact us at sponsorship@worcesterbeerfest.org.uk

For more information please visit this page

Suggest

Want to suggest a beer, cider or perry that we should stock? Please let us know below.

By submitting this form, you accept the Mollom privacy policy.

Accomodation

Worcester Whitehouse

Bedrooms from £89 B&B - Book direct with reservations on 01905 24308

En-suite bedrooms, onsite car parking, brassiere style restaurant, lounge bar and leisure club with indoor pool.

www.worcesterwhitehouse.co.uk  email – reservations@worcswhitehouse.com  

CAMRA

CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale is an independent, voluntary organisation campaigning for real ale, community pubs and consumer rights. Formed in March 1971 by four men from the north-west who were disillusioned by the domination of the UK beer market by a handful of companies pushing products of low flavour and overall quality onto the consumer. 

CAMRA has 163,019 members across the world, and has been described as the most successful consumer campaign in Europe.

CAMRA supports well-run pubs as the centres of community life – whether in rural or urban areas – and believe their continued existence play a critical social role in UK culture. CAMRA also supports the pub as the one place in which to consume real ale (also known as cask-conditioned beer, or cask ale) and to try one of over 5,500 different styles now produced across the UK.

Worcester Branch is your local CAMRA group. This festival is put together by the volunteer members of that group. Please remember that all of the organizers and bar staff are all volunteers.

Subscribe to Front page feed