ClockTower Classics at Portsmouth Guildhall

On Sunday, August 20th the Portsmouth Guildhall and Square will this feature over 100 classic cars, live music, and family fun!

Clocktower Classics is back for 2017. But even bigger and better than before with a new Antique, Art & Design and Vintage market running alongside it.

Attracting an audience of over 5,500 last year, this annual classics show, located in The Guildhall and Square will this year feature over 100 classic cars, bikes and scooters, 60 market stalls inside and outside the venue and 25 live music acts on 3 different stages. There will also be a special children's area with bouncy castle and mini race track together with a whole variety of food and drink to cater for every taste. The live music, bars and BBQ will continue until 9pm. This event takes place on Sunday 20 Aug 2017 - Portsmouth Guildhall. 10am – 4pm. £3 in advance.

Clocktower Classics

 

The 120 classic vehicles are not the only stars of the show . Singer songwriter Richard Morris, whose 2nd much acclaimed EP recently reached no 3 in the i-tunes chart and a BBC Introducing Artist of the Week, will be just one of the extraordinary live music acts performing as part of Clock Tower Classics. Also sharing one of the three stages at the event will be the very talented and popular Devin–Jade.

Clocktower Classics

This is a great family day with something to appeal to everyone and amazing value for money. Plus on the spot prizes for classic car of the show and best dressed attendee!

This major community event is a joint partnership between the Portsmouth Guildhall and Portsmouth Scene Promotions.

Open from 10am with all ages welcome!

Adult entry £4 on the day. Early bird tickets just £3 and available in-person at the Portsmouth Guildhall box office. Under 5s Free. Under 12s £2.

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