London's largest outdoor CAMRA beer festival, held in the Grade II Walpole Park in Ealing.
This years festival features over 300 real ales, ciders, perries, wines and imported foreign beer.
A wide variety of food is available onsite, including vegetarian options.
Priority entry package ticket incudes:
CAMRA members - please choose the CAMRA option for members discount.
Priority season ticket entry package ticket incudes:
We operate a drinks token card system for payment at the bars to improve the speed of service. Cards are available as a package with advance tickets or at sales points in admissions and the bar (payment by cash/card excluding American Express). Note: drinks token cards cannot be used at food traders. Any remaining credit on drinks token cards is fully refundable at token points or may be donated to charity.
Live music each day, acts for 2022 to be confirmed
Further details are available on the festival website.
Wed - Fri: 12pm - 10:30pm
Sat: 12pm - 6pm
Common FAQs (additional FAQs are available on the festival website)
Are children allowed? Children are allowed in free until 6pm. For safety reasons we request that all children leave the site by 8pm. Baby changing facilities are in the disabled toilet.
What are my options for getting to and from the event? By Bus - 207,427,483,607,E2,E7,E8,E11 stop close to Ealing Town Hall. Opposite the site of the FilmWorks cinema complex. Take the passage by the right hand side of the cinema and turn right at the end. The entrance to Walpole Park is on your left.
By Train - Walpole Park is a 15 - 20 minute journey from Paddington station. Take the train to Ealing Broadway, and turn left out of the station until you reach the main Uxbridge Road where you will see the North Star. Take the right turn till you see the church. Turn left until you see the Drapers Arms (previously O'Neill's). Cross past the front of the Drapers Arms and you will see the main entrance to the park. Walk down Mattock Lane until you enter the park via the gate on your left. Alternatively you can take the E2 or E8 bus from outside the station to the Town Hall stop and then follow the bus directions.
By Underground - The closest Underground stations to Walpole Park are Ealing Broadway on the Central and District lines or South Ealing on the Heathrow bound Piccadilly line. Either of these stations is approximately a 10 minute walk away. Directions from Ealing Broadway can be found above. From South Ealing take a left out of the station up South Ealing Road until it curves to the right. At this point take a left into Church Lane and then a sharp right into St Georges Avenue which then becomes Lammas Park Road. At the end turn left and you will shortly see the southern entrance to the park.
What about parking? Mattock Lane has pay and display parking until 7.30pm (later on Friday). Free parking is available behind Ealing Council offices after 6pm.
Why do you close early on Saturday? We share the site with the Ealing Summer events, unfortunately we need to start packing down late Saturday afternoon so that we can hand the site over the following day.
Do you have seating available? We attempt to provide sufficient seating but there will never be enough for everybody. If dry you may wish to sit on the grass, otherwise feel free to bring a blanket and/or folding chair. Please do offer seats to those less able to stand and please do not reserve seats for those who have not arrived.
Can I bring my own food/drink into the event? You are welcome to bring your own food and non-alcoholic drinks.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, you may bring a ticket on a smartphone or tablet, as long as we are able to scan the bar-code on admission.
Can I by a ticket as a gift for someone / is my ticket transferrable? Your are welcome to gift or transfer your ticket, however if you buy a concessionary ticket, such as a CAMRA members ticket, the new ticket holder will need proof of that concession in their own name or will be asked to pay the difference in ticket price on admission.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes, this is fine. Please note the above statement about concessionary tickets.
What is your ticket refund policy? All ticket sales are final. We are unable to refund tickets if you are unable to attend.
How can I contact you with any questions? Please contact us at email@example.com
CAMRA is an independent, voluntary organisation which campaigns for real ale, cider and perry as well as protecting and promoting community pubs and clubs and fighting for consumer rights.
We have over 150,000 members across the country who work to champion beer and cider drinkers as well as pub and club goers. Our campaigns range from protecting pubs threatened with closure, fighting unfair taxation on beer and cider and ensuring fair competition and choice in the pub and beer market.
Our members support well-run pubs as the centres of community life and believe their continued existence plays a critical social role in UK culture. For more information on our campaigns, please visit: camra.org.uk/campaigns
Our festivals are all about introducing you to great beer and are run by our members, who volunteer their time to make our events extra special. They bring together years of experience with a passion for top quality real ale and local knowledge that's hard to beat!
Protect and improve consumer rights
Promote quality, choice and value for money
Support the public house as a focus of community life
Campaign for greater appreciation of traditional beers, ciders and perries as part of our national heritage and culture
Seek improvements in all licensed premises and throughout the brewing industry