How it works

Buy your ticket online, along with a Strike Card used to buy drinks at the bar.
  • Thursday: £6 entrance + £8 strike card
  • Friday: £10 entrance + £8 strike card
  • Saturday: £6 entrance + £8 strike card
Tickets for Friday are limited, so be sure to buy yours as soon as you can.
On Thursday and Saturday we will also sell tickets on the door, while stocks last. The price is £10 which includes a £4 strike card.
Buy tickets online and get more info here.
The festival is held on Worcester Racecourse, in the centre of the City. It is a short walk from the railway station (Worcester Foregate Street) and the bus station.
There is no car parking on site, but public car parks can be found next to the race course.
More info here.
Bring your ticket with you to the racecourse, either printed out or on your phone. We'll scan it in and give you your first drinks strike card, a glass and a programme. Then you're ready to hit the bar!
On Thursday and Saturday we will are likely to have some tickets to sell at the door, but once they're gone they're gone.
We sell a wide range of Beer, Cider and Perry at the bar. Take you glass, make your choice. Then present your strike card. The bar staff will cross off the tokens to the value of your purchase. Each token is worth 20p and all the drinks are priced in multiples of 20p.
Please note, the festival is licensed premises and you are not allowed to bring your own alcoholic drinks onto the site.
We have a number of food outlets on site. They all take cash - you can't use your strike cards to buy food.
You can bring your own picnic if you prefer, but you cannot bring your own alcoholic drinks on site.
We have a dedicate music tent where a strong line up of bands will be performing.
Dogs are allowed, but they must be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Any mess needs to be cleared up immediately.
Children are allowed into the festival. They don't have to pay. They must be accompanied by an adult at all times. You must remember it's a beer festival and in a field, so there are lots of hazards and dangers around. Children must not be allowed to wander off on their own.
If you're a CAMRA member, or join at the festival, take your membership card to the "extra tokens" desk and you'll be given a "half pint token" to spend at the bar.
Young looking over 18's will be asked to provide proof of age at the entrance. You'll get a wrist band to show a check's been done, but the bar staff may ask you to re-show your ID because they are responsible at the end of the day if they serve someone under age.