British Motor Museum to host ‘Rustival’
The British Motor Museum will be hosting a brand-new family-friendly show for the 2024 season. Rustival, which will take place on Saturday, 9 March, is an all-new classic/young-timer car and vehicle show hosted by YouTubers Ian and Carly from HubNut, Matt from Furious Driving and Steph from idriveaclassic. The show is already looking to be a hit, with over 500 exhibitor spots already sold!
The show will feature hundreds of display cars, talks from motoring YouTubers, and Ask the Experts, where visitors can chat with industry experts and get professional automotive guidance free of charge, plus there will be plenty of Rustival, HubNut, Furious Driving and idriveaclassic merchandise available to buy.
For those visiting on their own, there is a meet-up spot called Friendship Corner, where visitors can enjoy socialising with other attendees, making new friends and meeting people to chat with online.
Tom Caren, Show Manager at the British Motor Museum, commented, “We’re delighted to host this brand-new show. From clapped out to Concours – if it has got wheels, it is welcome at ‘Rustival’. The show is family-friendly, with disability access, so please know your presence is not only valued but wanted, no matter what vehicle you bring”.
Vehicle exhibitor tickets cost just £11 per adult and include entry for the car and a driver. Exhibitor passenger tickets cost £11 per adult and £7 per child. Tickets give admission to the show, Museum and Collections Centre. Exhibitor spots are still available, but the Rustival team are urging all attendees to guarantee their spot by registering their vehicle on this simple form Rustival – General Exhibitor Information ! Exhibitors must print their passes out and display them in their windows on the day. Gates will open to Vanden Plas vehicle exhibitors at 8am, and these display vehicles must be in place by 9.30am. Those parking in Mayfair or looking to park in visitor parking can arrive from 9.30am onwards. Advance visitor show tickets cost £16 per adult, £9 per child, £14 per concession and £43 for a family.
To find out more information about the show, please call 01926 895300 or visit the website at https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/whats-on/rustival
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