Throughout the UK, there are many vintage festivals to attend and enjoy. At these festivals, you can experience a complete vintage vibe and feel from the 1940s onwards with fashion, cars, and cinema focused on the specific year it presents.
Twinwood stands as one of the biggest vintage music and dance festivals in the UK and takes place near Bedford. At this festival, you can expect about 60 bands to play music from the early 1920s to the 1960s. They have eleven stages and the bands play over 3 days.
Hosted on the grounds where Glen Miller was last seen alive, it boasts acres used as the dancefloor.
The festival has a distinct American funfair feel from the 1950s. At this festival, you can expect entertainment such as roller-skating, hot-rod racing, drive-in movies, air displays, and classic car shows. Besides all these activities, the music is a great attraction to the festival. The festival has 5 indoor venues for international bands and DJ’s, rock ‘n roll nights, and jazz lounge singers.
The retro festival takes place annually throughout the UK in different locations. They have a major focus on showgrounds for vintage vehicles, music performance stages, marketplace fairgrounds and fashion entertainment.
This festival presents a golden age of motor racing and vintage glamour fashion. It might be seen as more of a vintage car show, but the vibe and feel of the whole festival are vintage, with many attendees dressing in vintage ware. Men mostly dress in tweed or military uniforms and some even dress as their favourite race car drivers.
Women attendees usually dress up as vintage icons such as Rita Hayworth or Grace Kelly. At his festival, you can make your imagination soar with creativity while enjoying the vintage cars.
These festivals take place all across the UK and will be sure to attract many individuals and families each year.