Get Ready for The Barista League’s 2024 Season

Get Ready for The Barista League’s 2024 Season

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Get Ready for The Barista League’s 2024 Season

Get Ready for The Barista League’s 2024 Season

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Get Ready for The Barista League’s 2024 Season

The Barista League has announced 12 competitions across four continents.

BY J. MARIE CARLAN
BARISTA MAGAZINE ONLINE

Photos courtesy of The Barista League

When The Barista League announces new events, it’s worth paying attention! This year, the schedule will be organized by geographic location, bringing together coffee people in various communities.

Two baristas behind a white Rancilio espresso machine at an Atlanta event. Giant kegs are stacked up behind them.
At The Barista League in Atlanta in December 2023.

When and Where

The two European tours will arrive in Berlin and Warsaw, Poland, in spring, and Bristol, U.K., and Barcelona, Spain, in autumn. The North American tour will take place in Montreal, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Denver.

Standalone events will also arrive in Mexico, Australia, South Korea, and the United Arab Emirates. Kicking off the 2024 season in February, The Barista League will also be returning to its hometown in conjunction with the launch of Nordic Coffee Fest in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Nordic Coffee Fest aspires to be the most sustainable coffee festival of all time, and is also organized by Ordna Event Agency.

An announcer and competitors on the stage at Brno.
At The Barista League in Brno, Czech Republic, May 2023.

2024 Barista League Dates

Location Date Venue
Gothenburg February 24 Eriksbergshallen
Mexico City April 18 Supremo
Berlin June 1 Jules Biergarten & Café
Warsaw June 8 TBC
Denver August 17 Huckleberry Roasters
Brooklyn August 24 Poursteady
Montreal August 29 Society for Arts and Technology
Bristol September 14 Extract Coffee Roasters
Barcelona September Hidden Coffee Roasters
Seoul November 9 TBC
Sydney November 23 Mecca Coffee Roasters
Dubai December TBC

Accessible? You Bet

In addition to focusing on sustainability in their events, The Barista League continues to be an accessible competition. It’s still 100% free to register and compete, and the competition is open to all experience levels! The Barista League provides all the coffee and equipment competitors need, so they can focus on mastering the fun challenges during the competition (pouring latte art blindfolded, for instance).

Inside an issue of Barista Magazine, and the caption: Barista Magazine, Proud Partner of The Barista League.
Barista Magazine is proud to partner with The Barista League.

The Barista League’s 2024 calendar can also be found on their website here. Check out The Barista League event nearest you!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

J. Marie Carlan (she/they) is the online editor for Barista Magazine. She’s been a barista for 15 years and writing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. When she’s not behind the espresso bar or toiling over content, you can find her perusing record stores, writing poetry, and trying to keep the plants alive in her Denver apartment. She occasionally updates her blog.

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