The Arboretum Beer Festival is coming back for a third year bringing the warm and fuzzy summer vibes to Nottingham’s historic green heart.
Now a popular fixture on the city calendar, the all-day event at the Arboretum on Saturday 26 August will once again showcase dozens of great real ales and craft beers from local breweries and beyond.
Located around the park’s Victorian bandstand, the event staged by live music promoter and festival operator DHP Family will blend the tasty food and beer selection with live music and entertainment.
Street food vendors will be curated by Bustler Market with plenty of choice to cater for all tastes and food preferences.
Kicking off at midday, there will be music and entertainment over two stages – the bandstand and the Acoustic Rooms pallet stage.
Pat Somers, DHP Family, said:
“It’s exciting to be bringing the Arboretum Beer Festival back to Nottingham’s historic Arboretum once more. 2022 was the second instalment of the now-annual festival and we were fortunate to have some incredible breweries in attendance.
“It was especially great to be able to shine a light on local breweries such as Bang The Elephant, Blue Monkey, Castle Rock, Magpie, Mardy Bum, Navigation, Neon Raptor and Totally Brewed, to name a few, and we hope to see them all back at this year’s festival.”
Early bird tickets go on sale Friday 3 March and include a commemorative festival cup and beer guide.
All ages welcome, but any under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Posted on 13 March 2023