Families, motoring enthusiasts, admirers, visitors and spectators are encouraged to make their way to the National Motor Museum where almost 1800 entrant vehicles will start to arrive from approximately 10.15am onwards.
The gates at the National Motor Museum will open at 10am with the first entrant vehicles arriving just as the mainstage entertainment program gets underway.
Visitors can soak up the wonderful atmosphere – meandering amidst the parked vehicles, watching the judging of the Concours d’Elegance or newly judged Preservation Class. Visitors are encouraged to dress in pre-1980s fashions to be selected by roving judges as finalist in the Fashions in The Field.
Top class musical acts will entertain participants and spectators. There will be quality regional produce on offer, including local Adelaide Hills wines and craft beers as well as gourmet food vans. The Museum will be open as usual and there will be family and children’s activities on offer throughout the day.
People are encourage to pre purchase tickets to the finish event at the National Motor Museum online for $15 click here to pre-purchase. Tickets will also be available at the gate on the day, adults $20, concession $15 and children under 15 Free.
National Motor Museum gates open at the Finish Line
Arrival of entrant vehicles
Making beautiful music with a wild gypsy heart, Golonka breathes fresh life into the folk music of Eastern Europe.
Judged vehicles parade
Adelaide Big Band (feat. Bill Parton)
Fashions in the Field finalists parade/judging on main stage
Comprising vocals, drums, upright bass, guitar, trumpet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone and baritone saxophone. Singularly they are accomplished muso’s but together they are Adelaide’s hottest swing band.
National Motor Museum gates close