The glorious gardens of spectacular Syon Park will serve as the fabulous backdrop to The London Classic Car Show which returns 25-27 June. Set to revive spirits, reawaken passions and reignite businesses with a glittering display of highly-evocative motoring history the show will follow all COVID Safety protocols.
VIP packages for Preview Evening celebrations are now on sale. Secure your tickets to the exclusive sunset soirée in glorious Syon Park.
Now further fuelling the pre-show anticipation and revving up the excitement, the capital’s premier celebration of car culture has confirmed the addition of the ever-popular Preview Evening on Thursday 24 June, and a limited number of prized Premium Experience Tickets are now on sale.
Priced in advance at £75, these tickets will not only give visitors an exclusive preview of the entire show, staged as the summer sun sets, but will also offer full VIP access and hospitality. The coveted experience includes priority onsite parking, complimentary Lanyard and Show Guide and two free drinks as well as full use of the Premium Lounge bar for free teas and coffees. A bespoke food service is also available within Premium Lounge. Moreover, all those attending the glitzy Preview Evening will be invited to a very special ‘Audience with’ hosted by a high-profile celebrity guest at the event’s alfresco Talks Theatre. “With consumer confidence returning and so much pent-up desire, we have been encouraged to add an opening night Preview Evening as a wonderful curtain-raiser to what’s obviously going to be a very, very welcome The London Classic Car Show,” enthused Mark Woolley, Show Director. “It’s hard to imagine a better way to celebrate longed-for freedoms than by spending a warm sunny summer evening in the stunning setting of Syon Park surrounded by like-minded enthusiasts and more than 500 of the world’s finest classic cars.”
When the gates open at 4pm, those attending the Preview Evening will be the first to savour The London Classic Car Shows' central theme, ‘The Evolution of Design’, which will be celebrating the entire 135 years of automotive innovation from the very first pioneers right up to the latest supercars – the evocative classics of tomorrow. Adding to the sense of occasion, these dazzling displays will be further enhanced by eye-catching tributes to milestones in both Bugatti and Lancia histories as well as an unmissable showcase to honour 60 years of the legendary Jaguar E-type, the much-loved British sixties icon hailed as the ‘most beautiful car in the world’ by none-other than Enzo Ferrari. For potential buyers there will also be the first opportunity to explore the 120 stand-out cars from yesteryear coming under the Classic Car Auctions (CCA) hammer later in the weekend. Also the first chance to purchase from the many specialist dealers and accessory traders exhibiting at the show. www.theclassiccarshowuk.com