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The clink of glasses, the buzz of chatter, lots of laughs, great food and great company…must mean only one thing…the Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival is back for 2023. 

Following a successful staging in 2021 & 2022, Trent Bridge Cricket Ground are once again delighted to play host to Nottingham CAMRA’s flagship event from Wednesday 11 to Saturday 14 October 2023.

This is a quick walkthrough of last years Event.


The admission price includes tokens for one and a half pints of most beers or ciders and includes a complimentary glass that you are welcome to take home with you. Ticket prices will increase after the early bird and on the day.

For details of how to buy tickets click here

“Trent Bridge has been the perfect partner for us in the last 2 years as we have seen the festival grow and grow into its new home. Hosting the festival in the surrounds of one of the most prestigious cricket grounds in the world adds a real sense of occasion” said Nottingham CAMRA Chairman Steve Westby.

“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.”

For those patrons attending on the Friday and Saturday, and wish to enhance their experience with hospitality, why not enjoy four bowl food dishes in Trent Bridge’s Derek Randall Suite, accompanied by expertly-paired beers.

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.


Register your interest for tickets here: 

“We’re delighted to be hosting the festival for the third year in succession which has grown in both size and stature during its time here at Trent Bridge” said Nottinghamshire County Cricket Commercial Director, Michael Temple.

“Trent Bridge is one of the most historic grounds in the world, which has added an unique flavour to the festival, which has seen the Nottinghamshire public turn out in their thousands over the last few years in support.”

“We’re offering an added incentive this year too – everyone who purchases their tickets for the festival before the Early Bird Deadline can claim a free ticket for our One Day Cup fixture against Yorkshire Vikings on 5th August.”