Carfest South 2017

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th August 2017
Laverstoke Park Farm, Overton, Hampshire, RG25 3DR, England MAP
SOLD OUT (were £163)
daily capacity: 5000
last updated: Tue 8th Aug 2017

around the festival site (cars)

C4R-Fest was conceived by Chris Evans and is an event that combines classic cars, live music and food whilst also raising money for BBC Children in Need.

The festival will take place from Friday 25th until Sunday 27th August 2017 at Laverstoke Park Farm in Hampshire and there's a sister event in the north at Bolesworth Castle in Cheshire, happening in July.

Line-up

Announced so far are Manic Street Preachers, Olly Murs, Cast, Busted, Seasick Steve, Texas, Tom Odell, Rick Astley, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Melanie C, Dodgy and Deacon Blue and more with many more to be announced.

Tickets

Tickets are now sold out.

A minimum of 25% of the price of each ticket will benefit BBC Children in Need, registered charity number 802052 (England and Wales) and SC039557 (Scotland).

On site

Some of the best cars in the world will be on display and on the sprint courses. The Hill Climb is more exciting than last year and will feature some of the world's best cars running up the Hill in their 7's. .

Other attractions for festival goers include whole host of kids shows from famous authors, theatre shows, and more. CarFest will also feature a central Arena for performances of all kinds, good food, glamping and more.

There will be more information here when it becomes available.



Friday 25th to Sunday 27th August 2017
Laverstoke Park Farm, Overton, Hampshire, RG25 3DR, England MAP
SOLD OUT (were £163)
daily capacity: 5000
last updated: Tue 8th Aug 2017


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