The perfect event to celebrate that the club have retained our Premier League status is at the end of season Annual Crystal Palace Beer Festival, and this will take place at Selhurst Park Stadium on Saturday May 27th between 12 noon and 8pm.
Neil Morrissey and Julian Speroni will both be attending to open the ceremony in the Red & Blue Bar at the event held in The Holmesdale Road Stand.
The popular Palace Ale, was developed by actor Neil Morrissey and he will be joining us on the day whilst Speroni will be attending before taking part in the Palace for Life Foundation ‘Play At Palace’ event on the Selhurst Park Pitch during the afternoon.
Beers & Breweries
There will be a choice of well over 200 beers and ciders from craft producers from all around the UK plus the additional selection of bottled beers from across the world.
We are delighted to announce we now have a confirmed list below of the breweries for 2017:-
Beavertown, Brew By Numbers, Fourpure, Partizan, The Kernel, Belleville, Brick, Brixton, Downlands, East London, Five Points, Gipsy Hill, Hackney, Hop Stuff, London Beer Factory, Redemption, Bad Seed, Blue Monkey, Crouch Vale, Exit 33, First Chop, Ilkley, Kelham Island, Magic Rock, Oakham, Thornbridge, Tiny Rebel, Wild Beer Co.
All Saints Concert Band
Seattle Inc – Four piece band from Gloucestershire with influence from sounds of the 90’s, covering bands such as Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Nirvana, Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age.
High Chaprarals – Four piece country band
Brother of Mothershovel – Music with influences ranging form ska, cajun, soul, blues, and country
The Dualers – ska/reggae band
Lawrence Hill (featured on ITV’s programme ‘The Voice’) -singer/ songwriter guitarist
Play At Palace
On pitch during the day fans will be taking part in the annual BBS six-a-side tournament and Palace for Life Foundation are hosting a special charity event with Palace legends managing and playing in the ‘Play At Palace’ event.
Julian Speroni and Eddie McGoldrick will both be managing teams and you can bid to be part of the day so CLICK HERE for more information.
FA Cup Final
The 136th FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Chelsea will be shown live on the stadium big screen and concourse televisions from 5.30pm.
In addition to the great beers and ciders our food menu available throughout the day will have something special for every palate.
There is a capacity of 3,000 tickets but they are selling fast so we recommend that they are purchased early to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are just £10 in advance or £15 on the day and every event attendee will get a commemorative CPFC Beer Festival glass.
To book your ticket online CLICK HERE or call 08712 00 00 71*
*Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras