Highlights from Worrall Festival 2013

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Come and enjoy the sun with a pint and a pork sandwich

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Make the most of today’s gorgeous weather by enjoying a pint in the sun with us at Worrall Festival. We have an impressive music line up to keep you entertained all day:

1:15pm – Doors open
1:30pm – Goodnight Shirley
2:30pm – Sheikh al Sheikhit
3:30pm – Vic Shepherd and John Bowden
4:30pm – Family Ceilidh with Big Stuffed Fish
6:00pm – Open mic session with Dave Friskney
8:00pm – Richard Brown
9:00pm – The Backyard Buskers
10:00pm – Brave New Storm

Tickets are are available at the door: £7 for adults and £4 for 16s and under. Under 5s free.

The big day is finally here!

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Worrall Festival 2013 kicks off tonight with a fantastic music line up:

Friday 7th June

7:00pm – Doors open
7:30pm – Chloe-Jade Simmons
8:30pm – Bad Cardigan
9:30pm – Jack’s Rake

Tickets are only £5 for adults and £3 for 16s and under. Under 5s free. Arrive early to avoid disappointment.

See you there!

Reserve your festival tickets online

Not long now until the big event! Hope you’re all as excited as we are. Reserve your festival tickets online to avoid disappointment:

http://www.worrallfestival.com/tickets

Reserved tickets can be collected on the door.

A last minute addition to the beer line up – Red Feather ale

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We are pleased to announce that Welbeck Abbey Brewery‘s Red Feather (3.9% Amber Ale) is the latest addition to the festival’s beer and ale line up.

Red Feather takes inspiration from the emblem of Welbeck and its crossed red feathers, which represent pride in the estate’s heritage and entrepreneurial spirit. Red Feather is a distinctly English ale and blends a robust bitterness with caramel notes from its Crystal malts to create a moreish, malty amber beer.

Make sure you get here early to sample a pint of this delicious, flavoursome seasonal beer.

Who’s looking forward to our famous Hog Roast?

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This year’s festival sees the return of our famous Hog Roast. Come along and enjoy a mouthwatering hot roast pork sandwich filled to the brim with your favourite toppings. These succulent sandwiches are bound to satisfy even the most robust of appetites.

Our roast pork sandwiches will be available from 3pm on Saturday afternoon. Make sure you get yours early as when they’re gone they’re gone!

In addition to the sumptuous Hog Roast we’ll be serving hot dogs for children and for non-carnivores there will be a selection of vegetarian options on offer.

This year’s Hog Roast has been kindly sponsored by John Crawshaw expert butchers:

http://www.johncrawshaws.co.uk

2013 Beer and Cider selection announced!

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Our Real Ales:

  • Deception 4.1% (Abbeydale Brewery)
    A pale beer, made with fabulous Nelson Sauvin hops. Aromas of elderflower and grapes. Strong citrus flavours, especially grapefruit. Long lasting bitter finish. Very refreshing and packed full of flavour.
  • Blanco Blonde 4.2% (Sheffield Brewery Co.)
    Continental lager style beer brewed entirely from lager malt and delicately flavoured with aromatic Saaz hops from the Czech Republic.
  • Sheffield Porter 4.4% (Sheffield Brewery Co.)
    This is a recent favourite very popular amongst “Porter” enthusiasts. With its rich chocolaty, malty and caramel flavours it was described by acclaimed beer writer Roger Protz as “Darkly delicious”.
  • Farmers Brown Cow 4.2% (Bradfield Brewery)
    A rich deep chestnut coloured ale, with a beautifully smooth creamy head. A citrus after taste gives way to a long dry finish.
  • Farmers Wim-Bull-Don 4.5% (Bradfield Brewery)
    A pale coloured fruity ale with a burst of summer fruit flavours.
  • Bohemian Rhapsody 4.7% (Kelham Island Brewery)
    A golden continental style beer brewed with the finest aromatic Munich and Vienna malts and a trio of Styrian Goldings. This beer is fermented with a German lager yeast to give a refreshing beer with fruity estery notes which combine with the crisp floral hop character for a flavoursome pint.
  • Worrall Festival Ale 4% (Kelham Island Brewery)
    Secret recipe festival ale. This year brewed by Kelham Island Brewery.

Our Ciders:

  • Devon Red Cider 4.5% (Sandford Orchards)
    Bags of fruit and a truly satisfying cider bite delivered in a genuinely quaffable and light balanced cider.
  • Blackberry Blush Cider 6.5% (Millwhites Cider)
    A late summer blend of our scrumpy cider and the juice of hand picked blackberries.
  • Rum Cask Cider 7.5% (Millwhites Cider)
    A premium cider aged in barrels from the Jamaican Rum Company. This cider was Champion Cider of East Anglia in 2009.

Competition: Win tickets to this year’s Festival

Win yourself a pair of tickets to this year’s Festival. Visit our Facebook page for full competition details: http://www.facebook.com/WorrallFestival

Winners will be announced on 02/06/13.

Full festival line up revealed!

Friday

7:00pm – Doors open
7:30pm – Chloe-Jade Simmons
8:30pm – Bad Cardigan
9:30pm – Jack’s Rake

Tickets £5 for adults and £3 for 16s and under. Under 5s free.

Saturday

1:15pm – Doors open
1:30pm – Goodnight Shirley
2:30pm – Sheikh al Sheikhit
3:30pm – Vic Shepherd and John Bowden
4:30pm – Family Ceilidh with Big Stuffed Fish
6:00pm – Open mic session with Dave Friskney
8:00pm – Richard Brown
9:00pm – Backyard Buskers
10:00pm – Brave New Storm

Tickets £7 for adults and £4 for 16s and under. Under 5s free.

Bad Cardigan confirmed to support Jack’s Rake on Friday 7th June

Acoustic duo Bad Cardigan have now been confirmed to support Jack’s Rake at our Friday evening concert on 7th June.

Bad Cardigan are an acoustic duo from Lancashire comprising Jack Anwyl and Tom Randall. Both sing, and play guitar to create a harmonious array of music written by themselves. The duo have performed on some of the highest profile musical stages in the north of England, from the Manchester Academy to the O2 Academy at Liverpool and have recently supported The Levellers.

Tickets are available at just £5 for adults and £3 for 16s and under. Under 5s enter free.

http://www.reverbnation.com/badcardigan