[dropcap]T[/dropcap]ickets for the 2016 London Classic Car Show (18-21 February) are now on sale guaranteeing access to what promises to be the highlight of the car lover’s year.
Following the huge success of the inaugural event in 2015, the 2016 London Classic Car Show show is going to be even bigger and even better. Covering 34,000 sq m of London’s ExCel centre it has virtually doubled in size and content… yet tickets remain highly affordable.
Prices (all with a booking fee included) start at £23 for single adult entry on Friday, Saturday or Sunday while a child’s ticket (aged 6-16, under 6s go free) costs £17.
A Saturday or Sunday family ticket for two adults and up to three children costs £65 but the real highlight for the serious enthusiast will be access to the special star-studded VIP preview evening on Thursday 18 February.
For just £65, a Premium Preview Evening ticket includes fast track entry, the best views of the unique Grand Avenue for the Turning Circle Viewing Platform, access to the exclusive Premium Lounge, a Show Handbook and even a glass of Joseph Perrier champagne.
Can’t make Thursday evening? Then go for a £50 Premium Ticket to enjoy the same benefits on the Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Crammed with innovative features, mouth-watering classic cars and a long list of celebrity visitors, the London Classic Car Show is the one that’s setting the standards. It is staged by Brand Events, the company behind the hugely successful Top Gear Live and CarFest festivals.
Among its unique features is The Grand Avenue, a highway running through the centre of the exhibition along which many rare classic cars will be driven throughout its duration. Last year, The Grand Avenue played host to everything from Sixties supercars via London to Brighton veterans to a genuine Lotus F1 car. For 2016, The Grand Avenue will be even grander with a significant increase in track distance.
An addition to the Show for 2016 is an entire new hall dedicated to prestige and performance classics with privately owned examples representing the country’s 25 leading car clubs helping to form an entire show within a show.
Inspired by a British Motor Show from the 1960s, period entertainment will enhance the hall’s retro vibe and there will also be stands from leading classic car dealers.
Another new feature is ‘Classic Corner’, an open forum where guest speakers will talk about classic cars as investments, about the pleasure a classic car can bring and offer advice about buying at auction. More dealers and more trade stands are also promised.