Beer and Music Festival

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Arguably one of the the North’s best Beer & Music Festivals and one of the KWVR’s biggest events.

This popular event will be returning in October 2022 and we will again be tickling the taste buds with a wide selection of beers (mostly real ales) from all over the country to choose from. Cider and wine drinkers will also be able to have their thirst quenched with a wonderful selection of fine wines and ciders. For gin lovers we will also have a range of artisan gins available.

Live music from Eddie Earthquake and the Tremors & Hit The Lights will headline at Ingrow Yard on Friday & Saturday. Wired, who have proved popular at this year’s Haworth Haddocks are joined by the Tin Soldiers, who took the stage by storm last year with their brass party band!

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A variety of ticket options are available from Single day admission to Day Rovers including travel along the line. Please see https://beerandmusic.co.uk/tickets/ for full details.

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Beer And Music Festival 2022

Type:Beer Festival

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Haworth Station, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8NJ
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Opening Times

Season (13 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022)

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