In light of recent ongoing restrictions the seventh annual London Classic Car Show has been rescheduled to the new date of June 25 – 27 2021 at Syon Park.
Following last year’s indoor success at the Olympia accompanied by uncertainties still affecting the immediate future of large-scale indoor gatherings, London’s premier classic car event will embrace a more viable outdoor setting in the splendour of Syon Park, which was recently used to film BBC’s Killing Eve Season 2.
Sited on the banks of the River Thames opposite the world-famous Kew Gardens in West London, Syon’s wide open green spaces are no stranger to such impressive showcases and will provide the perfect backdrop for more than 500 stunning classic cars from yesteryear, plus a feast of additional attractions to entertain and inspire show-goers of all ages.
Furthering the Show’s appeal, a new date has also been announced with the traditional February indoor calendar slot moved back to the weekend of 25 – 27 June in search of more favourable al fresco weather. Nevertheless, all the major display areas will be under temporary covers all with open sides to ensure social distancing as well as a healthy flow of fresh spring air.
With so many indoor events still being cancelled or postponed, we are thrilled to have found such a fabulous new home – plus a more welcoming date – for The London Classic Car Show. It should be the first fixture inked into everyone’s 2021 diary.
We will be celebrating 135 years of remarkable automotive progress ranging from the extraordinary pioneering horseless carriages which date all the way back to the dawn of motoring in Victorian times right up to the latest supercars – the idolised classics of tomorrow,” explained Woolley. “With such a magical mix of icons and curiosities on display, it promises to be a real ‘must-see’ experience for anyone with a drop of petrol in their veins!
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London Classic Car Show 2021 Theme
Previously spearheading the event with relevant themes such as ‘The Perfect 10’, ‘6 Nations’, ‘A Century of Motoring’ and ‘Car Stories’, Woolley also confirmed that the eagerly-anticipated event’s headline theme this year will be: ‘The Evolution of Design’.
Tickets for 2021 London Classic Car Show will go on sale from Thursday 26 November with adult admission tickets available in advance from £25 (£30 on the day) and a limited number of Premium upgrades also on offer. There is also an extra Early Bird saving of £5 on offer for all those fast starters registering for the Show’s official newsletter before the On Sale date. Providing reassurance for all ticket buyers, full refunds will be offered should the show be cancelled as a result of Covid-19.
Organisers, Brand Events has spent the past nine months creating and running an impressive array of highly-successful Covid-compliant shows including nationwide Drive & Dine Theatre, Carpool Comedy Clubs as well as the highly-acclaimed Drive-In Classic Car Show staged at Bicester Heritage in September.
The 2021 London Classic Car Show will build on these achievements offering classic car owners, collectors and enthusiasts a much-needed tonic in these unprecedented times. It will also provide many of the country’s best dealers, restorers and car clubs with the perfect platform from which to reignite their businesses.