Vintage Festival 2011 will be taking place over the Friday 29th until Sunday 31st July at a new home at London's Southbank Centre. The 21 acre South Bank site will be transformed into a Vintage wonderland.
All the wonderful clubs, bands, fashions, art, and design, film, shops, vintage retailers, dance lessons, makeovers, workshops that made Vintage 2010 so memorable will be there along with some cool new Thames boat party surprises.
This annual family friendly music and fashion led celebration of creative British cool from the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s. The festival will feature music, fashion, art and design, film, comedy, burlesque, and food.
Line-upAdam Ant, Thomas Dolby, Robin Gibb, Percy Sledge, Sandie Shaw, Alan Wilder, Mirrors, Booker T., David McAlmont, The Jim Jones Revue, Andrej Havelka & His Melody Makers, John Miller Orchestra, The Jive Aces, Fargo, Trio Manouche, DC Fontana, Dr Robert, Chris Dale, Speed and Pid, George Power, Norman Jay, Terry Farley, Jay Strongman, Mike Pickering, Graeme Park, A Guy Called Gerald, Craig Charles, Jon Da Silva, Greg Wilson, Noel Watson, Sean Rowley, Ashley Beedle, Horse Meat Disco, Disco Bloodbath DJs, and many more. For the line-up details as available please click here.
TicketsTickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday are priced at £60, with a day + Vintage revue show pass priced from £75. To buy tickets, click here.
The festival will be housed in The Royal Festival Hall, The Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, The British Film Institute, the shops, restaurants and bars and the Thames Embankment itself.
Vintage on the South Bank features an inspirational line-up of world renowned bands, DJs, collectors from each decade as well as current bands and brands inspired by Britain's rich creative heritage. Vintage will feature a line-up of catwalk shows, hands on creative experiences with a gathering of over 200 of the finest purveyors of vintage clothing, accessories, and homewares in a Vintage Marketplace running for hundreds of metres along The Thames.
Visitors can have their hair + make up done in a iconic style, can take part in fashion, design and art workshops and the best dressed get their chance to strut their stuff on the Vintage Catwalk.
By night the whole of the Southbank complex will be transformed into a series of evocative set dressed venues, complimented by a flotilla of party boats, cruising The Thames on a summer evening specialising in genres from funk, to electro swing.
The British Film Institute will also host three days of 20th century classic and iconic movies, Public Information films and documentaries.
Vintage at Goodwood is the brainchild of designers Gerardine and Wayne Hemingway. The South Bank is this year also celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 1951 Festival of Britain.
More information will be here when available.
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