The Going’s Good For Race Week Revellers at The Brewery Quarter.

With thousands flocking to Cheltenham Festival this March, The Brewery Quarter promises to continue the celebrations all week, with a host of entertainment from Tuesday 13 March to Friday 16 March 2018. Spanning everything from street food, live music and plenty of choice for a tipple or three, race goers won’t want to miss a slice of the action.

Taking to the stage, star of the BBC1’s All Together Now, Camilla Lewington along with her band Just Shut Up and Dance will be getting the party started and visitors up and dancing whether they’re celebrating a win or loss on Tuesday (13th) and Thursday (14th) night.

As well as Camilla, there will be live music every night throughout race week between 6pm and 9pm. On Wednesday and Friday funk band Soular will be bringing bags of feel good vibes to the scheme.

The live music continues in Brewhouse and Kitchen, with Steve Ferbrache performing on Tuesday and Wednesday then The Bridge playing Thursday and Friday night from 9-11:30pm. A popular venue for race goers, the pub hosts a variety of must-try race week beers on its menu which pair perfectly with its fantastic food offering of hearty pub classics.

The good times don’t stop with the live music either as The Brewery Quarter’s roster of top-notch restaurants prepares to keep everyone fuelled from morning until night; including The Cosy Club which will ensure you never get off to a false start, with delicious buttermilk pancakes and its signature Cosy Club breakfast.

If a burger is on the cards, then Five Guys’ amazing made-to-order favourites are an absolute must. And shaking up proceedings, Babel bar and restaurant will be serving up its unmissable selection of cocktails and modern dishes.

Adding fun and laughs to the mix, Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf has prizes up for grabs all week, plus race goers can sink 50 per cent off rounds of golf from 5pm until 9pm Tuesday – Friday with a race day ticket. Outside - alongside a prosecco bar, confident putters can have a go at putting a hole-in-one for just £1 and a chance of winning a free round – proceeds will go to the Injured Jockey Fund.

Finally, never miss a race, as both Babel and Brewhouse and Kitchen will be showing the races live on the big screens.

Demelsa Coleman, Marketing Manager for The Brewery Quarter said: “Excitement for race week is building and we’re getting ready for our busiest week to date with a host of amazing live performances, fantastic food and drink and great things to do so make sure you head down to see us throughout the week.”