Grillstock Early Bird and Pit Crew tickets now on sale


06 March 2018


Food & Drink


Limited Grillstock 2018 early bird tickets and Pit Crew passes are on sale now as the countdown to the Harbourside’s first big event of the summer begins.

Early bird tickets are now on sale here. Saturday tickets are £28 and Sunday tickets are £24 with weekend tickets for £45. The festival’s legendary Pit Crew tickets will cost £75 which includes beers, BBQ and merch vouchers as well as a weekend ticket and access to the legendary Firestarter party.

Grillstock 2018 will take place on Bristol’s iconic Harbourside between Friday, June 29th and Sunday, July 1st.

Organisers are busy putting together the event’s biggest-ever music line-up and are promising an exciting music line-up, which should be announced in the next couple of weeks. Previous headline acts include The Levellers and Goldie Lookin’ Chain.

Grillstock favourites King of the Grill, which sees expert grilling teams competing against each other across the weekend, and the ever-popular eating competitions will also be part of this annual summer frenzy of food and fun.

Clifton Chilli Club will be taking charge of the Grillstock 2018 eating competitions which will see brave contenders prove they’ve got what it takes including taking on the heat of some of the hottest chillis on the planet.

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