Following a successful staging in 2021 and 2022, Trent Bridge will once again play host to Nottingham CAMRA’s Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival from Wednesday 11 to Saturday 14 October 2023.
The third edition of the festival at Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club’s home will feature an expanded range of bars and barrels extending across additional concourse areas, with extra seats available within the venue and new hospitality packages.
Festival-goers can secure their tickets at the cheapest price during the early-bird window, which runs until Friday 28 July, with admission available from £13.
In addition, those who purchase tickets during the early-bird window will be able to claim a free ticket to Notts Outlaws v Yorkshire Vikings in the One Day Cup on Saturday 5 August.
Tickets go on sale on general sale on Wednesday 7th June for the following dates:
- Wednesday 11 October, 4 pm-11 pm, £13
- Thursday 12 October, 11 am-11 pm, £13
- Friday 13 October, 11 am-11 pm, £23
- Saturday 14 October, 11 am-11 pm, £23
Ticket prices will increase after the early bird window, and on the day.
“Trent Bridge has been the perfect partner for us in the last two years as we have seen the festival grow and grow into its new home,” Nottingham CAMRA Chairman, Steve Westby, said.
“Hosting the festival in the surrounds of one of the most prestigious cricket grounds in the world adds a real sense of occasion.
“We’ll be increasing the footprint of the festival again this year, with a comprehensive list of beers, ciders and perries for guests to savour.
“From old favourites to newer creations, and with Nottingham’s most esteemed breweries standing shoulder-to-shoulder with choice ales from across the country, we’re building a drinks list of real breadth and depth, and we can’t wait to share it with our visitors.”
Patrons attending on the Friday and Saturday who wish to enhance their experience can do so with our hospitality offering whereby four bowl food dishes will be accompanied by expertly-paired beers in the venue’s Derek Randall Suite.
Guests will also be able to put their questions to the experts in a ‘Meet the Brewer’ Q&A session, and explore some of the more fabled corners of the venue on a guided tour.
Hospitality prices are as follows:
- Friday 13 October, £49
- Saturday 14 October, £49
“The beer festival has become one of the highlights of our year and we’re delighted to serve as hosts for the third successive year,” Nottinghamshire County Cricket Commercial Director, Michael Temple, said.
“Trent Bridge lends itself to events of this stature and we look forward to working with Nottingham CAMRA to welcome festival regulars and those looking to experience an event of this scale for the first time.”
Tickets go on sale on general sale on Wednesday 7th June from tickets.trentbridge.co.uk.