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Published on 22 March 2018
Event date: 18/08/2018 13:00 Export event
Lovers of prosecco and gin can come together to enjoy their favourite tipples in style as the first touring prosecco and gin festival comes to Carlisle.
*STRICTLY OVER 18's ONLY* ID may be required.
The Prosecco and Gin festival will be touring the UK throughout 2018, and we are thrilled to be coming to Carlisle this summer. The Carlisle leg of the tour will take place at the at the Old Fire Station on Saturday 18th August, making this event perfect for a summer celebration, if not just an excuse to celebrate the nations favourite beverages.
The festival promises over 40 carefully selected gins and a bar dedicated to providing a large selection of sparkling wines and prosecco’s to choose from, as well as a selection of cocktails dedicated to bringing the two tipples together. Each bar at the Prosecco and Gin festival will work on a token basis. Tokens can be purchased in advance by opting for the £29.50 ticket (ideal if you are looking to buy tickets as a gift) or at the designated token point at the venue. Tokens are priced at £5 each and can be exchanged for any drink.
Standard Ticket - £15.50 (includes a free drinks token, a branded glass to take home, tasting tips and recipe booklet, plus full access to the event and entertainment)
Premium Ticket - £29.50 (includes your tokens for the day, ideal for a gift)
Afternoon Session - 1.00pm to 5.00pm
Evening Session - 6.30pm to 10.30pm
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