Wye Valley Brewery are delighted to continue their long-term support of Bromyard Folk Festival, and they’re giving away a pair of tickets and a case of their award-winning lager, 1985, to celebrate.
Wye Valley Brewery will sponsor the festival, which showcases a range of traditional local and international folk music. The Bromyard Folk Festival, which takes place 8-11 September, is recognised worldwide and unfolds only a few miles from the brewery.
The 52nd Bromyard Folk Festival boasts Kathryn Tickell and The Darkening as headliners, and to mark the occasion Wye Valley Brewery are offering one lucky person the chance to win a pair of weekend tickets, as well as a case of their cool, crisp lager, 1985. All you have to do to enter is like, share and comment on the post pinned to the top of the festival’s Facebook page.
Abbie Gadd, Head of Sales and Marketing at Wye Valley Brewery, said: ‘The Bromyard Folk Festival is a huge event in the local calendar and one that brings people into the area from all over the world. We’re delighted to continue our support of the festival, and we are celebrating by putting a great prize up for grabs!’
As the West Midland’s leading brewer, Wye Valley Brewery are widely recognised for their flagship ales, HPA and Butty Bach, as well as the multiple-award-winning lager, 1985. The Bromyard Folk Festival will have a range of the brewery’s products on draught and will be bursting with entertainment, food, music and dancing.
You can buy your tickets for the festival by visiting https://www.bromyardfolkfestival.co.uk There is free entry for children aged under 11.