Knebworth Classic Motor Show returns this August Bank Holiday weekend

08:56 23 August 2014

Knebworth classic car show

Knebworth classic car show

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The annual Classic Motor Show at Knebworth Park takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend on Sunday and Monday.

This is the 24th show and will include live music, with hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s to create a ‘groovy’ atmosphere.

New this year is a vintage fair in Knebworth Barns.

Hundreds of vehicles will be on display with clubs and enthusiasts from all over the country taking part.

An estate spokeswoman said: “If you are looking for an original picnic hamper for your 1955 Aston Martin or a 1960s twin set to match your Triumph make sure you visit the Vintage Affair stalls in the Barns.

“What better opportunity to rev up your outfit for the motoring season.”

The show is organised by Gemini Events. Stephen Smith, director of Gemini, said: “The annual Knebworth Classic Motor Show is becoming more popular each year.

“We are working hard to ensure that the show continues to grow and provides a great day out for visitors and enthusiasts alike.”

There will be arena events run throughout both days of the show.

* To book admission tickets online, go to www.knebworthhouse.com

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