Sunday 4 July 2021 – American Independence Day
What better place than a brewery to hold a 4th of July celebration!
Join us for a fest of Americana at Hillside Brewery, nestled in the hills of Gloucestershire at the edge of the Forest of Dean.The stunning grounds will be transformed in to a gasoline alley celebrating all things Americana.
Their fully stocked bar and gift shop will be open throughout the day. Come and meet like-minded folks within our car-loving community for a beer and banter.
What’s more the event will actively support the marvellous work of cancer charity ‘Hope for Tomorrow’
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What we have on offer!
American Car Displays
The event will feature a large display of Mustangs, Cadillacs to Ex-US Army Jeeps, customised hot rods, muscle cars and many more dream machines.
All American car owners and clubs welcome!
Of course Harley’s and Indian Motorcycles will be in abundance. We also welcome our friends at the National Chopper Club of GB who will be on site showcasing their marvellous custom built ‘Easy Rider’ style bikes.
Hot Rockin' Live Music
You can guarantee that there will be a ‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ goin on’. Musician Jon Clare will be belting out some good old time rock n roll, plus guest DJ sets, dancing, great craft beer (not that we are biased), quality trade stands, themed food and much much more . .
Sun 4 July – Trade Stand Pitch£25.00
Sun 4 July – Adult General Admission (per person)£5.00
Sun 4 July – Show Display Vehicle Admission (per car)£5.00
Sat 3 July – Hillside Brewery Hoedown£10.00
Gift pack of three ‘Hops for Tomorrow’ Beer£10.00
Sun 4 July – Child Admission Ticket (free for under 16 years old)£0.00
Frequently Asked Questions
How and when will I receive my tickets?
Your receipt is the proof of purchase. Simply print it off to present on the entry gate for entry. Please check your spam or trash folder for your confirmation and/or tickets if you don’t see them in your in-box. Remember your ticket also entitles you a to a 10% discount code from the Hillside Brewery online shop too!
Food and drink:
There’s plenty of food outlets onsite as well as craft beer, soft drinks/refreshments, however you are welcome to bring a picnic as long as you take your rubbish with you.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes absolutely, with well behaved adults. Please keep all dogs on leads and clear up after them.
Is the venue wheelchair/disabled friendly?
The ground is uneven as its nestled in the hillside. Disabled parking on hard standing is available and on a first come first served basis.
Are children permitted?
Children are more than welcome when accompanied by a responsible adult. Children under 16 years old go free and there is a play area on site. Please remember to add their ‘free’ tickets to your basket, so that we can keep tabs on guest numbers.
Will there be parking?
Yes, plenty of it.
What am I not allowed to bring in to the event?
No barbeques, weapons, knives, drugs, fireworks or flares are allowed. Please bring happy smiley faces, cool cars and good weather.
What if I forget my ticket?
Please remember them, as tickets are required for all customers. If you have forgotten, or unable to show the transaction on a mobile device, you’ll need to pay again on the gate and visit the information point to get a refund. A list of those that have purchased advance tickets will be held at the information point and a refund will only be granted in the name of the person that made the booking, when providing I.D.
What happens in bad weather?
In great British fashion we carry on regardless if it rains, the Barn is a huge indoor entertainment venue providing loads of shelter until it goes over.
Whats your refund policy?
Unfortunately, once your ticket is booked, we can’t offer refunds, however we have no problem with you giving it or selling it to someone else (face value only please, let’s be nice!).
Pitches are 3X3 space only and multiples of. You are able to park your support vehicle behind your pitch. Please enter via the Public Gate, please display your pitch number that you’ll be provided with in advance on your vehicle windscreen/dashboard so that its clearly visible on arrival. This will help speed up the entry process.
Supporting Hope For Tomorrow
Hope for Tomorrow is a dedicated charity, bringing cancer care closer to patients’ homes via Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs) which they provide to NHS Trusts across the country.
During this global health crisis, cancer patients are among the most vulnerable members of society. Hope for Tomorrow and their Mobile Cancer Care Units (MCCUs) allow patients to receive their treatments in a local and safe environment.
Each unit costs £198 per day to run. Personal 1-2-1 care is the focus of nursing staff, creating a safe and secure environment which helps to reassure those receiving treatment.
Holly Bush Farm, Ross Road, Nr. Longhope
Gloucestershire GL17 0NG