This Saturday's annual Beer Festival at Selhurst Park is now SOLD OUT.
There will be no more tickets available for the event but remember all those that have a ticket will receive a commemorative CPFC pint glass and programme including tasting notes upon entry on the day.
There will be around 180 ales & ciders that have been sourced from breweries around the UK, and this year there are some superb bottled beers from Belgium, Germany and the United States, where the craft beer movement is offering a new generation of connoisseurs some exceptional tastes and flavours.
The event, kindly sponsored by Cornwall's Sharps brewery and supported by the London Brewers Alliance, will be opened by Palace fan, actor and craft brewer Neil Morrissey, and there's an exciting mix of new bands and some traditional favourites looking to entertain the expected 2,000 attendees on the day.
A day of live televised football will be shown on the screens including the 133rd FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Hull City being shown live from 5pm, and the three floors of the Holmesdale Stand will host live performances from many local acts showcasing their talent.
In addition to the drink there will also be food available on the Holmesdale concourses throughout the day.
We look forward to seeing you all from 12 midday on Saturday.