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What Is A Gin Festival? And Everything You Need To Know.

What is a gin festival?

A gin festival is fantastic celebration surrounding gin. Often with over 100+ gins and other craft spirits, live entertainment, and food, for a fun filled afternoon or evening. Simply grab a glass, take a seat, grab some food, or have a dance or two!

The Gin to My Tonic brings together like-minded people to share in the gin celebration, with exhibitors for unlimited sampling, live entertainment, food and more! Receive a tote bag, copa glass, metal straw and gin guide as part of your ticket.

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What is included in my ticket?

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· Gin Explorer Guide

· Gin Copa Glass

· Glass Bag & Pen

· Stainless Steel Straw

· Access to 120+ Gins with 35ml Measures (as opposed to the standard 25ml)

· Access to Other Craft Spirits including Rum & Vodka

· Gin Exclusives

· Delicious Fever-Tree Mixers (including Lemonade)

· Gin Sampling from the Exhibiting Distilleries

· Access to Hot & Cold Food

· Live Entertainment

You’ll receive an information fuelled email about the event, with what to bring, information about food, seating (for outdoor events, always remember to bring picnic blankets or chairs!) and more!

What is in the gin guide?

The gin guide includes the gins that are available on the bars within the festival. Inside the featured gins are perfectly paired with tonics or lemonade and underneath there is recommended garnish.

Keep this guide handy as you work you way around the room of exhibitors and bars and take it home with you as a keepsake or ‘recipe’ guide to help you keep creating the perfect serve.

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What is the difference between a gin festival and a gin show?


At The Gin To My Tonic show, you’ll discover over 50+ distilleries both old and new showcasing gin and other craft spirits. Join immersive workshops and masterclasses to discover, learn and create the perfect serve. At the The Gin To My Tonic show, be treated like a VIP with connoisseur tickets, gain fast track entry, exclusive access to the ‘connoisseurs lounge’ complete with a complementary G&T, Shop to your hearts content and drop at our designated cloakroom.

The Gin To My Tonic Festivals are a fun-sized celebration of gin with fewer exhibitors but twice the fun with live entertainment with plenty more to discover!

Locations & Dates

Coming to a city near you!

2023 Dates

N.B. All purchases of Gin Show tickets grants you access to the Rum Show.

So, what are you waiting for, grab your Copa glass and get ready to discover amazing gin, tonic and cocktails with ‘The Gin To My Tonic’. A GINcredible experience awaits!

This event is strictly over 18’s only. Terms and Conditions apply.

Should you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact The Gin To My Tonic at [email protected] who will be delighted to assist you.

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In Partnership with Fever-Tree

Fever-Tree began in 2003 with a meeting of minds and one simple premise: if three quarters of your G&T is the tonic, wouldn’t you want it to be the best?

It became apparent that Charles and Tim had both come to the same conclusion – namely that the growing prevalence and popularity of premium spirits had not been matched by what was on offer in the tonic category. From the very beginning, Charles and Tim approached their business in a different way – there would be no compromise at Fever-Tree. Flavour and quality were of the utmost importance. This mindset led them on an 18-month adventure from the archives of the British Library to facing the wrong end of a Kalashnikov in the Democratic Republic of Congo and concluded with the launch of our Premium Indian Tonic Water in 2005, with the belief we still operate by today.. If 3/4 of your drink is a mixer, mix with the best. As well as quality, Charles and Tim wanted to put the choice back into the category. The whole company has been built on innovation. Constantly developing new mixers, new flavours, new ideas, thus creating, an array of flavours to pair with the myriad of premium Gins, Vodkas, Whisky’s and Vermouths.

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