Triumph Live has a new home for 2014 - the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon. With a permanent collection of some seriously interesting machines – 2 wheeled and more – this purpose built venue will provide a completely new backdrop for the next Triumph Live celebration, which is planned for Saturday 12th July 2014.
There will be a number of bands performing across 3 music stages, as well as a main stage area. The bands currently confirmed include: Reverend and the Makers,Toseland, Crystal Ships, The Dunwells, The Valmores, Rook and the Ravens, The Travelling Band, Jeramiah Ferrari.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £25, while the on-the-day price will be £28. Entry for under 16’s is free. Onsite camping will be available from Friday night until Sunday morning, including toilet/shower facilities and a secure bike park. Camping tickets cost £10 per person, with the price rising to £15 on-the-day.
As well as live bands; there will be stunt riding shows; factory tours; road and off-road demos plus a whole host of other visitor attractions, visitors can take a ride with TV star Rufus Hound and watch an adrenalin-fuelled display of motorbike daring from the likes of international trials champion Steve Colley and former 'Stig' Terry Grant.
Visitors will also be able to view the latest range of Triumph motorcycles together with the spring/summer clothing and accessories collection.
More information will be here when available.
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