Haddenham.net

Summerfest Tickets

Home » News » Summerfest Tickets
Summerfest 11
Summerfest 35

If you're coming as a family or group to Summerfest 2015, Haddenham's famous beer festival taking place on Saturday 4th July, you should consider buying your tickets in advance as it will save £1 per head.

Here are the locations at which tickets can be obtained in advance:

Haddenham

  • Blooming Fruity on The Parade
  • Haddenham Garden Centre
  • Kings Head
  • Rose & Thistle
  • Twist at The green Dragon
  • Rising Sun
  • Hewitts Barber Shop at Fort End
  • Haddenham Sports and Social Club

Local Fairs and Events

  • Kirsty's Kitchen

Thame

  • Gallant Luxury Menswear in Greyhound Walk right next door to Waitrose
  • The Thatch Restaurant
  • Jimmy Figgs Pub
  • Cross Keys Pub
  • Thame Town Hall

Aylesbury

  • The Hop Pole
  • The Inn at Emmington

Advance Tickets are £5 each saving £1 on the price at the door

We're also pleased to announce an offer of a 10% discount on your bill at Little Italy (at the Fort End, Haddenham Café only)

Why wait until the beer festival — get your tickets early and breeze straight in on the day!

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Flu-vaccine 04
Dr Mark Howcutt: Fri 15 Oct 12:15pm

We are pleased to announce that a further supply of flu vaccines has safely arrived at the practice. More flu clinic appointments are now available to book online and through reception. Please book online if you can to help our very busy reception team. Please book an appointment only if you are eligible for a free NHS flu jab. For now, we are prioritising those over 65 years of age and...

Covid Booster pic
Haddenham Webteam: Thu 14 Oct 6:00pm

Walk-in COVID booster vaccinations available at Stoke Mandeville this Friday & SaturdayEligible people can 'walk in' for their COVID-19 booster, six months after their second dose, at the Guttmann Centre vaccination site in Aylesbury, operated by Oxford Health, this Friday and Saturday (15th & 16th October) from 9.30am-7pm.Those eligible for the COVID booster programme...

Damien Natale & Andy Coles
Haddenham Webteam: Thu 14 Oct 3:25pm

On Thursday 14th October Mr Clifford Rennie appeared at Wycombe Magistrates Court, charged with two counts of causing death by driving without due care and attention — the second hearing of the case in relation to the deaths of local cyclists, Damien Natale and Andy Coles.The prosecuting lawyer indicated that there was no evidence that Mr Rennie was exceeding the 60 mph speed limit or that he...