Musical lineup revealed for new craft beer festival, Hopyard

Musical lineup revealed for new craft beer festival, Hopyard

Posted on: 04 Apr 2022

Join an array of renowned artists and top-notch brewers in central Bristol this month.


A full musical lineup has been confirmed for the first edition of Hopyard, a brand-new craft beer festival set to take place on Thursday 14 and Friday 15 April at multi-use BS2 venue Propyard.


Arriving on the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, the festival will be showcasing a broad spectrum of craft beer vendors alongside a handful of in-demand DJs and tasty street food stalls.


One-day tickets and full weekend passes for Hopyard 2022 are on sale now - find out more and get yours here.



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Organised as a celebration of Bristol's growing independent craft beer scene, Hopyard is inviting some of the city's brewing icons to showcase some of their very best produce in BS2.


Resident breweries include Wiper & True, Fierce & Noble, Lost & Grounded, Newton Park Brewing Co, Left Handed Giant, New Bristol Brewery, Arbor Ales, Bristol Beer Factory, Tapestry, Good Chemistry, Moor Brewery and the final addition to the lineup, The Cider Box.


A stellar musical programme is topped by world-renowned selectors Norman Jay MBE and DJ Yoda, backed up by DJ Format and a smattering of revered homegrown talent, including Red Rack 'Em, Boogie Cafe Records and Concrete Jungyals resident, Emmy.


Attendees can also look forward to some of Bristol's very best street food at the inaugural Hopyard, courtesy of Pizzarova, Jafra Kitchen and Loki Poké.



Opened in 2021, Propyard is one of the newest additions to Bristol's venue landscape, offering an expansive indoor space as well as a sprawling courtyard, capable of hosting a wide range of events year-round.


Hopyard will utilise the entire Propyard complex, offering plenty of seating and cover under outdoor stretch tents as well as opening the Crane Room long into the evenings.


A full range of tickets for Hopyard are on sale now via Skiddle. For more information on the event, or to find out what else is coming up at Propyard in 2022, head to the venue's website.

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