Ticket sales boom for The British Motor Show as lockdown eases

Published:  13 April, 2021

Organisers of the British Motor Show say they have seen seen a massive increase in ticket sales as lockdown continues to ease and families start planning their summer activities

VIP packages, meanwhile, have seen a massive boom in demand, with 70% of the allocation for Saturday, August 21 already sold and Thursday allocation all snapped up.

Show CEO Andy Entwistle said: “We’ve seen a huge run on tickets since the lockdown roadmap announcement, in particular over the past couple of weeks. VIP tickets have been selling especially fast, with only 30 of them left for the Saturday, which we anticipate will be the show’s busiest day.”

Limited in numbers, the VIP package includes on-site parking just yards from the show’s dedicated VIP entrance in Farnborough, as well as exclusive access to the show’s celebrity guests, including Mike Brewer, Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw, entry to an exclusive VIP lounge, breakfast and a buffet lunch, free tea and coffee, exclusive arena paddock access, a private celebrity Q&A session and a VIP goody bag and car sticker.

VIP tickets cost £99 and are already sold out for the show’s opening day on August 19, while there are just 30 VIP tickets left for Saturday 21 August. As well as new car displays, the show will feature the Select Electric Motor Show, an action packed Live Arena, a Live Stage, motoring celebrities, Retro-Electric Live, dedicated to classic-based EVs, a Supercar Paddock, classic cars, the IMI Technology Theatre, test drives, a kidz zone, driving experiences and a dedicated marketplace.
The Show will also host the National Automotive `industry Day and the Automotive Careers Expo, which will run throughout the event.
Andy added: “It’s brilliant to see confidence returning and British families finally being able to plan days out and get ready to attend large events – The British Motor Show promises them a fantastic, fun-filled day that’s engaging, interactive and better value than most.”

To find out more about the show, book tickets or keep up with the latest news, visit www.thebritishmotorshow.live

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