The Bristol Sausage and Cider Festival, featuring real cider, artisan sausages and live music, returns to the Old Passenger Shed on August 4 and 5.
Run by the Original Sausage and Cider Company, the Bristol-based festival was a sell-out in 2016.
The event will feature a huge range of ciders from artisan producers, including those from West Country legends like Roger Wilkins and Somerset-based Westcroft’s Janet’s Jungle Juice along with bottled sparkling ciders.
Artisan makers will be cooking and selling their local meaty sausages, with hot dogs starting at £3.50, and there will also be vegetarian food available.
Local bands performing include Bath-based Maitree Express, rowdy Bristol band The Lounge Cat Ideals and folk-fuelled jazz from the Bristol-based Rin Tins.
Tickets are available online (£6) or on the door (£8). Sessions run from 6pm to 11pm on Friday August 4, and noon to 5pm and 6pm to 11pm on Saturday August 5. Tickets for each session are sold separately.
For tickets and more info, visit the Bristol Sausage and Cider Festival website.