30th anniversary of Silverstone Classic event
by Becky Harrison |
posted 03 November 2019
Good news for speedy bookers as Super Early Bird tickets have gone on sale for next summer’s 30th anniversary Silverstone Classic, with significant savings and prize draws to be made.
What’s more, a one-off special 30th anniversary celebration package has been announced for all those lucky enough to own a classic car that dates back to the days before Silverstone hosted its very first historic festival in 1990.
The three-day weekend package is open to all pre-1990 classic cars that have passed their 30th anniversary milestone. It includes two adult weekend tickets, a vehicle display pass enabling owners to park their car infield in a dedicated anniversary display area, plus they’ll be able to take to the track on Friday for a special anniversary track parade.
All tickets must be purchased in advance and a wide range of Super Early Bird tickets – priced at exactly the same level as last year’s Super Early Bird tickets – are available, representing savings of up to 25 per cent on the price of Standard tickets. Super Early Bird adult admission starts from just £35 for the fifth year, while the price of the three-day weekend ticket is once again frozen at £99 for the sixth consecutive year.
Full details of the on- and off-track family entertainment will be announced in the coming months but, as usual, the flat-out family fun at the Classic will include an unrivalled line-up of retro races, record-breaking car club anniversary celebrations and a fantastic live music line-up on both Friday and Saturday evenings.
“We have already announced some of the great track action that will be wowing visitors to the 30th anniversary Silverstone Classic and now, with the introduction of this very special 30th Anniversary Celebration Package, even more people will be able to join what’s going to be a very exciting three-day festival, even by our sky-high standards,” enthused Nick Wigley, Event CEO.
In 2019, the Classic attracted an all-time high attendance of 109,000 visitors – a record that, with so much to celebrate, could now be topped in 2020.