Aberdeen Cocktail Week extended due to bad weather


ORGANISERS of Aberdeen Cocktail Week have made the decision to extend this year’s festival until Thursday, October 26th. This extension aims to provide an inclusive and accommodating experience for all, amidst the recent adverse weather conditions affecting our region.

The health, safety, and well-being of our cocktail-loving community is the priority. We extend our sympathies to those adversely impacted by the weather, especially individuals in the weather alert zones.

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The extension will provide additional days for those who have been affected by the travel restrictions to partake in the festivities when it is safe to do so, and also for our venues to connect with a broader audience.

All wristbands issued for the event will remain valid through the extended period, allowing attendees more time to explore and revel in the diverse cocktail offerings our city has to offer.

We are committed to adhering to all safety advisories and will continue to monitor the situation closely, ensuring the well-being of all attendees, staff, and the wider community. We encourage everyone to stay safe, follow the guidelines issued by local authorities, and support one another during these trying times.

For more information about Aberdeen Cocktail Week, please aberdeencocktailweek.com

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