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Summer Gin Festival Liverpool - Introducing Rum on Friday 15th June 2018
SUMMER GIN FESTIVAL LIVERPOOL 2018 - Introducing Rum!!..
15th & 16th June 2018.
Absolutely Fabulous Summer Gin Festival at the Fabulous Croxteth Country Hall, Liverpool.
With over 80 Gins on offer, selection of Rums & Live Entertainment.
Life Is Too Short For Single Gins..
A Gin Festival with a Difference!..
15th & 16th June 2018
Enjoy an evening or Afternoon of sampling some of the best Gin's served with a variety of Fever Tree Tonics and Garnish in your very own Gin Glass at the Fabulous Queen Anne Suite at Croxteth Country Hall, Liverpool.
Fabulous opportunity to see this fabulous venue.
80 Gins this time!..plus NEW selection of RUMS!!..
**ENTRANCE via the Service Entrance***** Croxteth Hall Lane.
With Live Entertainment.
Friday 15th June 6pm till 12pm
Saturday 16th June 12pm till 5pm (afternoon session)
Saturday 16th June 6pm till 12pm (evening Session)
Tickets £12.50 each plus booking Fee. Tickets must be bought online, you cannot pay on the door. Includes entrance to venue, gin guide & gin copa glass to use at event and take home. Welcome drink, tasters and live entertainment.
Upon entrance you purchase a pre-paid card for £20.00 (minimum spend) and will be given your very own Gin Glass to take home at the end of the night, the £20.00 allows 4 gins, with Fever Tree Tonic & Garnish.
Other Drinks will be sold on the night. Limited car parking, so leave the car at home and enjoy!
Please note there is limited seating available at this venue, arrive early for your session if you would like to be seated, seats are on a first come first serve basis.
Music Genres: Reggae, World Music
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