One Saturday 9th July, Forty Hall Farm is holding its first Beer and Blues Festival.
Brought to you by the team behind our monthly Music from the Black Barn nights, the Festival is a new event for 2016 and promises to be a barn-stormer!
Organised with support from Enfield and Barnet CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) and local pub The Old Bell, the Festival will feature two stages of live rhythm and blues, as well as the finest ales from London and elsewhere in the UK.
Acts confirmed to date include local blues favourites the Blues Chapter, the Low Down Dogs, Professor Red Hair, The Custom Tones and Blind Pilgrim. We’re also delighted to be welcoming Boom la Tete (playing an exclusive blues set); the Red Butler Band (winners of the UK Blues Challenge 2015) and Alabama blues-legend Debbie Bond.
There will be real ales and cider from local London producers, as well as delicious food stalls, and talks and demonstrations throughout the day.
Advance tickets are now available online: £10 (£5 for CAMRA members) includes shuttle bus transport from Enfield train stations. Click here to buy tickets.
Children and families are very welcome to attend the festival but please note that this event is aimed at adults, so there will be very limited activities for children. Children’s tickets are £2 each.
Dogs welcome on leads.