Following the recent government announcements that festivals can go ahead full capacity, The Festival of Beer are delighted to confirm they can operate fully as planned.
The popular festival will be taking place at Blackpit Brewery, originally part of the Stowe Estate near Milton Keynes.
Attendees of The Festival of Beer will be able to mingle, sing, dance and enjoy live performances, DJs, activities, delicious food and of course, beer.
Duncan Wheeler, Festival Director said: “It’s been a difficult 18 months to navigate with all the changes in restrictions, but we are delighted to finally be able to say with some confidence that The Festival of Beer can now go ahead as planned, with our full programme, venues and traders. We can’t wait to welcome people and see everyone having some well-deserved good time!”
Headline acts for the weekend include electronic afro-funk band Ibibio Sound Machine, New York disco pioneers Odyssey and the king of soul and funk himself, Craig Charles.
Other acts include Greg Wilson, The Cuban Brothers, Rob Da Bank, Don Letts, The Allergies and comedian Milton Jones heading up the comedy stage. Featured breweries include Rivington, Bath Ales, Maule Brewing Co., Squawk and many more.
Plus a selection of amazing street food vendors including Only Jerkin' and Seven Lucky Gods.
Festival tickets for the weekend, Friday 3rd September to Sunday 5th September from £79 per adult, and just £25 per child, are on sale here, this includes on site camping for three nights.