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Thursday
06/09/18
5-11pm
£9
inc 6% admin fee- Only 18 yo. & over- No dogs
Friday
07/09/18
12-5pm
£11
inc 6% admin fee- Only 18 yo. & over - No dogs
Friday
07/09/18
6-11pm
£11
inc 6% admin fee- Only 18 yo. & over- No dogs
Saturday
08/09/18
12-5pm
£11
inc 6% admin fee/ Only 18 yo. & over/ No dogs
Saturday
08/09/18
6-11pm
£11
inc 6% admin fee- Only 18 yo. & over- No dogs
Sunday FAMILY DAY
09/09/18
12-5pm
£7.50
inc 6% admin fee- Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult- No dogs

FESTIVAL PASS


Ticket To Ride
£100
Entry to all sessions at LIBF7, £30 worth of tokens & official Drew Millward’s print

TERMS


 WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE TICKET PRICE?

Along with a commemorative glass and programme each ticket holder gets access to the entire beer
festival site for a 5 hour session, entry to talks and masterclasses, 4 music stages – with live acts and DJs, free retro gaming and a food market.

TOKENS & WHY DO I NEED THEM?

Tokens come in £5, £1 and 50p denominations
…and it is like for like. A £5 token is worth £5 of real money, £1 token is worth £1 of real money and so on….

You will need to purchase tokens to buy beer and food at the festival. 

Where to get Tokens:
during Beer Festival and in advance from Leeds City Centre Box Office.

How many do Ibuy?
You can buy as much or as little as you like and we’ll refund your unused £1/£5 tokens at the end of your festival session*

How much for a pint/half/third ?
Breweries will sell their beer in halves, thirds and pints. Prices can go from £3/£1.50/£1 (depending on the measure/abv/ ingredients, etc)  . If you overestimate the amount of tokens/money you need don’t worry – as mentioned we do refund all unused tokens at the end of the session apart from 50p tokens

*Please note: we are unable to exchange single 50p tokens so be sure to use these up – on take away beer at the Raynville stand on your way out or donate to Water Aid!

 PLEASE NOTE

All sessions with the exception of Sunday are for 18s and over only – a check 21 policy will be in place across the festival site. Young people aged under 18 can attend the Sunday afternoon session, free of charge, as part of our  family day event