Hey all, so you’ve got the Friday feeling! If you like gin, then read on. There’s a gin (yes gin) festival rocking up in Nottingham soon. Expect great gin, brilliant music and a lot of fun! Last I heard, the tickets for Nottingham were close to being sold out, but there are a fair few other gin events organised by Gin Festival.com, the UK’s original, biggest and best gin festival.


Gin Festival.com will be welcoming everyone, from gin novices to connoisseurs, to sample over a 100 different varieties of gin. Attendees can also learn about the history of Britain’s favourite spirit, meet industry experts and enjoy fantastic live music.


You can’t get better than having a mini bop whilst sipping gorgeous gin. So when is this ab fab, totally rad Gin Festival happening? It’s in Nottingham and will be held on Saturday 16th April – Sunday 17th April. Tickets are available from ginfestival.com at £8.47 per adult and include one of Gin Festival.com’s iconic copa glasses, free to take home. Food will be available from local vendors. The festival will run over 3 sessions as follows:

Saturday 16th April 2016: Afternoon Session 12.30pm – 5pm

Saturday 16th April 2016: Evening Session 6.30pm – 11pm

NEWLY ADDED Sunday 17th April 2016: Afternoon Session 12.30pm – 5pm


Gin Festival.com is the baby of husband and wife team Jym and Marie Harris. It began in 2012 when they realised there was no festival out there that reflected their own deep love for gin, so they started one themselves. From humble beginnings (the first event had only 150 people) Gin Festival.com has grown massively alongside the UK gin market and now hosts events for 4000 people over two days.

Gin Festival.com founder Jym Harris added: “We absolutely love gin, so we started these events because we thought other people would want the same as us. We’ve been overwhelmed by the positive reception and it’s been fantastic to see so many people rediscover this amazing drink.”

For more information visit:





If you wind up going to the gin festival, do hit me up, I’d love to know how you got on.