The stage is set as Barcode Festival sells out

Barcode Festival is the summer party for the whole grocery industry. The fundraising event, in support of GroceryAid, has revealed that tickets are now fully sold out.

Now in its second year, Barcode returns to the vibrant setting of London Union’s Hawker House and will see a record 2,200 industry colleagues kick back, relax and enjoy the incredible line-up of entertainment that includes; Jessie J, Basement Jaxx and Nick Grimshaw. 

A celebration of everything that makes the food and drink industry special, Barcode has a total of 40 corporate sponsors including Asda, Bestway, Booker, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Spar, Tesco and Waitrose. On the day guests will include everyone from the shop floor to CEO.

Steve Barnes, Chief Executive of GroceryAid said; “We launched our Barcode Festival last year and were blown away by the feedback. It has very quickly become a must-attend in the grocery calendar selling out months ahead of the July 4th date. Barcode will enable a wide range of industry colleagues to engage with the charity, network and have fun at what is going to be our biggest ever event. With well over 100 companies attending, Barcode is breaking new ground in how we bring the whole industry together for our cause.”

Charles Wilson, CEO of Booker added; “Barcode Festival sees the industry unite to have fun, network, dance to amazing headliners and support the industry charity GroceryAid. This is the summer event on everyone’s lips and Booker can’t wait to be there again on July 4th.”

If you missed out on tickets to this year’s Barcode Festival you can register your interest for 2020 by emailing events@groceryaid.org.uk or visit www.barcodefestival.co.uk.