Annual Hootenanny & Beer Festival

WHEN: 27 Aug, 2017 2pm onwards

Location

“We are grateful to the club members who support us in such a fantastic way and without whom, this great event would not be possible. All of the money raised will be used to fund patient care in Hartlepool and East Durham. I’m sure we’ll have another full house this year and would like to extend thanks on behalf of the Hospice to everyone who contributes to the success of this event”

Greg Hildreth, Hospice Fundraiser

Beer and music lovers will once again descend upon Mayfield Park this August for Hartlepool Rugby Club's third annual Hootenanny & Beer Festival, in partnership with Alice House Hospice.

About the event

This year’s event will take place on Sunday 27 August from 2pm till late and there will be a selection of 15 beers available and 5 ciders, an increase on last year. These will include cask, IPA, European pilsners plus other flavoured beers & ciders. Robinson’s Butchers of Wingate will be on hand to provide hot and cold food including a hog roast during the evening.

You can once again expect a fantastic line-up of live music for you to enjoy at this year’s event.

Headliners Kings Contraband will be bringing indie rock & roll and festival anthems.

Chris Donoghue, who performed last year with #theProject

Fake Charles: Funk & Soul DJ have also been announced

with more acts set to be confirmed…

Annual Hootenanny & Beer Festival

Annual Hootenanny & Beer Festival

The Hootenanny & Beer Festival is organised by and held at Hartlepool Rugby Club. The festival raises money for Alice House Hospice a Hartlepool based charity which ensures people affected by life limiting illness or the death of a loved one have the care, comfort and support they need.

Greg Hildreth, a fundraiser at the Hospice said “We are grateful to the club members who support us in such a fantastic way and without whom, this great event would not be possible. All of the money raised will be used to fund patient care in Hartlepool and East Durham. I’m sure we’ll have another full house this year and would like to extend thanks on behalf of the Hospice to everyone who contributes to the success of this event”

Tickets, available from Hartlepool Rugby Club and Alice House Hospice, cost £10 each and include entry to the festival, a souvenir half-pint glass, programme and 4 x beer/cider tokens.


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Hartlepool Hospice Ltd (known locally as Alice House Hospice and formerly Hartlepool & District Hospice)
Registered office: Alice House, Wells Avenue, Hartlepool, TS24 9DA.