WIN – With Irish Vintage Scene on The Live Wire.

WIN – With Irish Vintage Scene on The Live Wire.

In 2014 Ireland’s largest vintage and classic vehicle show ever took place at the famous Galway Racecourse. To this day, the gathering is still considered the best event ever held in Ireland. Well its returning to Galway on 3rd July and of course it will once again take place on the grounds of Galway Racecourse in Ballybrit, this year’s event is already shaping up to be as big if not bigger than the last event.

Take a spin with Ronan on the Live Wire all week long as he has a pair of tickets to give away every day with two pairs on Fridays!

With classic car clubs across Ireland already booking club stalls as well as individual cars, tractors, steam engines, all booked daily. There is no charge to display a classic or vintage vehicle at the event and you can register to attend on the organizer’s website www.irishvintagescene.ie

In addition to all types of vintage vehicles and exhibits, there will be trade, food and craft stalls, plus a free magic show for kids, face painting and crafts. balloon modeling throughout the site all day. There will be live music for most of the day at the venue as well as other attractions that have yet to be announced.

Tickets for general admission to the event are now on sale online.

This year’s event will support two trustworthy charities, both dear to the organizer. The first is An Feileacain, the Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Association of Ireland, an incredible group of people who help so many grieving parents every year. The second charity is Bru Columbanus, which is a homestay service for the families of patients in Cork hospitals. This was a project established by the Knights of St. Columban and which offers 26 en-suite family rooms, a kitchen and living rooms where families can stay while loved ones are hospitalized a short distance away. Both of these organizations are non-profit.

So, in addition to providing a great day, Classic Fest 2022 will support two extremely worthy causes. Event organizer Thomas Heave or Irish Vintage Scene magazine says about the event, we are delighted to be hosting this event, we had a few false starts with Covid as we had planned to hold the show in 2020 , it’s all gone now and we can get back to doing what we love best, right now it looks like Galway Racecourse will once again be jam-packed with everything from the early 1900s to a classic mini from the 1990s with tractors and machinery of all ages on display at the large site.

The event opens to the public at 10am on Sunday July 3, with early bird tickets (33% savings) available online now at www.irishvintagescene.ie or pay at the door on arrival.

To follow the event, go to Facebook at Irish Vintage Scene

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