I was very excited to stumble upon this gorgeous looking festival this morning. So often 'vintage' or 'retro' events are restricted to certain eras, but not this time, whether you a forties fan, or prefer your retro a little more modern, there's something for you..
So you love a bit of vintage shopping...
everything from authentic vintage, to reproduction clothing will be there, but its not just about the fashion, something for the home...kitchen ware to full on diva furniture and even toys.
Ok so shoppings not your bag, rather be looking at your hot rods than your hot heels, then check out the Wings & Wheels arena. There's going to be classic cars, mod bikes, hot rods, airstreams, military vehicles and even a fly by.
So you like a shop and don't mind spending an afternoon lusting after gorgeous cars, but you really want to get down and party, then you need to head to the Scarlet Ballroom which promises 1930's Shanghai Glamour with music, cabaret, cocktails and burlesque
Well that already looks like a pretty full on weekend but you can't have a festival without live music, so you won't want to miss The Black Hanger Stage for a good mix of rockabilly and rock and roll acts or if you more of a mod than a rocker, head to the Ricky Tick Club for original ricky tick club dj's and the best mod bands around.
If you feel you need a bit more glamour you need to go visit vintage beauty parlours or barbers. There is even a mobile tattooist if you want to go away with a keepsake of your weekend.
Camping is available, but if you want to go your own way why not book Delia our lovely campervan, and you can park it up in the RV camping field and glamp it up in proper vintage style. Contact us for current availability.
Families are welcome through out the weekend and you can expect to find face painting, vintage make and takes, steam rides & more and Sunday is named as family day with extra activities being provided.
As you can probably guess I've already marked this one in my calendar as a must do event. Check out their website for loads more detail and keep your eyes peeled on this blog, as we will be featuring an exclusive interview with organiser Sadie Boon, in the coming months.