Save the Date(s):
February 24-26 2022
After a year of enforced absence, the CAMRA Bradford Branch is preparing for its next beer festival! This will be held at Victoria Hall, Saltaire. The dates, session times and entry prices are detailed below.
Approximately 100 real ales plus real ciders and perries will be offered at the festival.
Advance tickets are available for all sessions except Thursday which will be “pay on entry” only. From 1 Dec 2021, tickets can be applied for by post or online. From 1 Jan 2022, tickets will be available from selected pubs. Come back soon for more info.
Tickets ARE NOW AVAILABLE
Tickets for the Friday and Saturday sessions can now be purchased online by clicking the button below. Alternatively, they can be applied for by post.
To apply by post, please send a stamped-addressed envelope, sufficiently sized to hold your ticket(s) (ideally A5 sized), with your ticket application request and cheque made payable to 'Bradford CAMRA' to:
12 Moorhead Terrace,
Please do not send cash through the post.
Advance tickets are available for all sessions except Thursday which will be “pay on entry” only.
We're very much looking forward to seeing you all there!
* Tickets available on the door only. Free entry to CAMRA members (ID required)
As always, we cannot run the festival without the assistance of our willing volunteers. Those
that have assisted previously will be contacted by our staffing manager in due course. If you
have not worked at the festival before, but wish to do so, please contact our membership
secretary by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in the form directly by clicking the image below
Bradford CAMRA takes the safety of customers and staff seriously and has several procedures in place to make your visit to Bradford Beer Festival as safe and enjoyable as possible. We have increased our cleaning frequency, paying particular attention to areas where there are a lot of people, such as entrances, toilets and bars - there may be special measures in these areas to control numbers of people.
We will be using contactless payment wherever possible and encouraging stall holders to do the same. Advance tickets will be available to most sessions to cut down on cash handling on the day. Although Track and Trace is no longer a legal requirement we will still operate the system both through our online advance ticket sales and allow customers and staff to 'check in' when they arrive at the festival.
The wearing of masks is not compulsory but recommended in busy and indoor settings, at times the festival is likely to be busy. We will be monitoring the situation and should things change we may have to introduce additional control measures such as the introduction of vaccine passports - keep an eye on the website and social media channels for the latest position.
For the latest government guidance please see https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus. Finally if you are displaying symptoms of COVID or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, please do not enter the premises.