Extra tickets released for sold-out Bristol Craft Beer Festival

Extra tickets released for sold-out Bristol Craft Beer Festival

Posted on: 29 Apr 2021

Festival organisers are releasing another wave of tickets due to overwhelming demand.


The Bristol Craft Beer Festival have announced a limited number of additional tickets for their summer 2021 sessions, set to go on sale at 10:00 on Friday 30 April.


Returning to the Lloyds Amphitheatre from 11-13 June for the latest edition of their renowned annual festival, organisers are offering fans another opportunity to bag tickets to Friday and Saturday sessions after initial releases had sold out.


With an array of top-notch breweries locked in as well as a diverse selection of food stalls and a to-be-announced musical lineup, 2021 looks set to be one of the biggest years to date for the Bristol Craft Beer Festival.



Speaking ahead of this week's ticket resale, Bristol Craft Beer Festival co-founder Greg Wells said:


"We have been blown away by the support and interest so far in the festival, and are really excited to announce these extra tickets for each of the sessions.


"We are working with Bristol City Council to design the event in line with regulations in June and it's great we have been able to extend the capacities.” 


Due to take place on slightly reshuffled dates of 11, 12 and 13 June, the 2021 Bristol Craft Beer Festival represents another great opportunity for locals and visitors alike to sample some of the very best beers sourced from across the city and beyond.


Last year's socially distanced Craft Beer Festival got a great reception in September, and the event is eagerly anticipated by beer fans across the Westcountry year-round.


Additional tickets to this year's Bristol Craft Beer Festival will go on sale at 10:00 on Friday 30 April, and can be found here.


Each ticket grants entry to the festival for the selected sessions(s), festival pours of any beer from any brewer in attendance, access to a full musical lineup and a free beer tasting glass upon entry.


For more information on the festival, or to follow news and updates in the coming weeks, head to the BCBF website or find the team on Twitter.

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Matt Robson


Editor - 365Bristol.com & LOUD Magazine

Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.