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Goose Island 312 Day
Sun 12 March 2017, 14:00 – 19:00 GMT
We’re back for the second year of our 312 Day London celebrations – and this time we’ve asked Frank Turner to headline! Taking place on the 12th March at The Yard in Shoreditch, we’re bringing a celebratory vibe to your Sunday with an amazing afternoon of live music, tasty street food, and a whole host of Goose Island’s classic beers.
Supporting Frank is cult one-man blues band Son of Dave and Brixton brass 8-piece, Brasstermind. East London street food legends Howard’s Meat Co. are curating a BBQ brunch menu specially for the day, plus expect bar games and of course plenty of great beer.
312 Day has been held on 12th March in our hometown of Chicago for the last five years to celebrate Goose Island’s legendary 312 Urban Wheat Ale, our beer brewed for Chicago. The event hit London for the first time last year and we’re so excited for round two that each ticket-holder will be granted a complimentary glass of Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale upon entrance. Get set for a very tasty 312 Day!
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- Times: 2pm - 7pm. Guaranteed entry for advance ticket holders until 4pm.
- Venue Address: The Yard, 89½ Worship Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2BF
- Nearest Overground: Shoreditch High Street. Nearest Underground: Liverpool Street or Old Street
- Ages: strictly 18+. Photo ID will be required.
Headlining is legendary folk-punk troubadour Frank Turner, bringing his huge back catalogue of crowd-pleasers and a fearsome live reputation for a rare solo acoustic show. Support comes from one-man harmonica & beat-box genius Son of Dave, plus Brasstermind laying down some live New Orleans-soul-funk brass. On the decks is vinyl-only connoisseur DJ Paul Cross spinning exotica, reggae, early hip-hop, rock n roll, oddities and everything in-between.
Frank Turner (acoustic) | Son of Dave | Brasstermind | DJ Paul Cross + more TBA
Our 312 Urban Wheat Ale will be served alongside the award-winning Goose IPA, Honkers Ale, Green Line Pale Ale and our refreshing Four Star Pils. Yum!
Purveyors of Texas-style fire cooking, Howard’s Meat Co. are crafting a special BBQ brunch menu for our 312 Day Sunday session. Established in 2014 these guys trained under one of Austin’s best pit bosses in the art of brisket and ribs. Veggies don’t fear - they’ve got an equally delicious non-meat menu up their sleeve. Arrive hungry!
"Why is entry only guaranteed until 4pm with pre-booked tickets" The Yard has a limited capacity and we want to make sure as many Goose Island fans can get into the party as possible, so to ensure full capacity we will reserve space for pre-booked ticket holders until 4pm.
“Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?” Yep, all attendees must be 18+ and if you’re lucky enough to look under 25 you will be asked for official photo ID.
"When will set times be announced?" Set times will be published at the event.
“What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?” The nearest Overground is Shoreditch High Street. Old Street and Liverpool Street Underground stations are not far either. You can figure out your route at www.tfl.gov.uk. There is no parking at the venue.
“What can/can't I bring to the event?” Please do bring that nice big smile of yours. Please don’t bring any food, drink, glass, weapons, illegal substances, “legal” highs or professional camera gear. A full list of our terms & conditions of entry can be found here: https://goo.gl/CBnxFT
“I am a wheelchair user and / or I have other accessibility requirements” The venue is accessible and wheelchair friendly. If you have any specific access requirements you would like to discuss please do email us on email@example.com.
“Is there a cloakroom?” For sure, £2 per item.
“Sounds like a pretty long session – what can I eat?!” See above for details of our tasty street food from Howard’s Meat Company, and yep there'll be options for veggies.
“Are there cash points at the venue / can I pay on card?” You’ll be able to use cards at the bars and at our food traders. There are no ATMs in the venue; however, you can pop out to use those close to the venue.
“Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?” For any event related enquiries do email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I’m press / media and would like more information about the event” For any PR enquiries please email us via email@example.com.
“Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?” To make your entry as smooth as possible at the gate please do. If you can’t though don’t panic, just please have your ticket / barcode ready to show on your mobile or device.
“What is the refund policy?” We’re afraid that tickets are non-refundable once purchased.
“The name on the registration / ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?” That’s fine, if you bring the original booking email.
"That's great, but has not answered my question" Not a worry, please do email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.