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Event news : New date for Glasgow Coffee Festival

The Glasgow Coffee Festival will take a little longer to brew this year…

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Glasgow Coffee Festival has been postponed. However, the event organisers have successfully secured dates for the festival to return to The Briggait later this year, and can now reveal the two-day event will take place on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th October.

Festival fans who previously snapped up early bird tickets can rest assured their tickets will be valid for these new show dates.

Glasgow coffee festival 2019

Commenting on the decision to reschedule the Glasgow Coffee Festival, founder Lisa Lawson explained; ‘The health and safety of our team, our visitors, our exhibitors and all of our stakeholders is our utmost priority. This COVID-19 pandemic needs to be taken seriously. So for now, we’re asking people to stay safe, look after each other, and keep it real. We’re working hard to bring the local coffee community together on the flip-side and for you all to join us for Scotland’s biggest coffee party, which we promise will be worth the wait!’

Glasgow coffee festival 2019

As well as revealing the new dates for your diary, the Glasgow Coffee Festival is also set to unveil an all-new format. For the first time ever, the event will feature two sessions per day, giving coffee lovers more budget-friendly ticket options and even greater opportunities to attend.

The Glasgow Coffee Festival is proud to provide a platform for the local independents – enabling coffee fans to discover hidden gems from across Scotland. Show them some love, grab a ticket now, and join the caffeine-fuelled celebrations in October when the Glasgow Coffee Festival will be brewed to perfection.

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All profits from the event will go directly to the nominated charities which will be announced shortly. In previous years, Glasgow Coffee Festival has raised vital funds for the likes of World Coffee Research and Glasgow City Mission.

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Where

The Briggait, Glasgow.

When

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th October 2020.

Tickets

Tickets start at just £8 (plus booking fee) and include admission to the event, a goody bag, one hot drink and entry into the prize draw in which you could win coffee equipment, a year’s supply of coffee and a barista training session.

Early Bird Full Weekend: £20 + £2.15 booking fee
Early Bird Full Day: £13.50 + £1.64 booking fee
Early Bird Morning Session: £8 + £1.21 booking fee
Early Bird Afternoon Session: £8 + £1.21 booking fee

Tickets can be purchased online at www.gcf20.eventbrite.co.ukwww.gcf20.eventbrite.co.uk.

All tickets previously purchased are valid for the new event dates.

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