Come down for an all-day vintage event, as Southbank Centre comes alive with a glorious exhibit of classic cars trading vintage items and food delights.
Queen’s Walk and Southbank Centre Car Park - Hungerford Bridge will become a petrolhead’s paradise and a vintage shopper’s cornucopia of clothing, accessories, pop culture memorabilia and vinyl records.
If street food is your thing then we’re showcasing an array of vintage wagons serving up the finest including Engine, who serve artisan smoked sausages, B.O.B.’s Lobster’s famous lobster rolls and street food favourite, Bleecker Street Burgers. Drinks will be provided by Beetle Juice, a stylish mobile cocktail bar.
There will also be lots of live entertainment including British Music Experience’s ‘Traffic Jam’, a renovated Austin Morris J4 Dormobile, in which DJs play a mix of music inspired and influenced by Lord Kitchener’s 1950s calypso classic London is the Place for Me. You can also try out BME’s selection of instruments, such as a tea chest bass, ukulele and percussion steel pans.
Further musical entertainment comes from Vintage Festival DJs, who play vinyl from the top of an open-air London Routemaster. Also appearing at The Classic Car Boot Sale will be [re]design’s Chalkyvan, a rejuvenated campervan redesigned and upgraded to be used as a mobile chalkboard, workshop, event and exhibition space.
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There is a £3 fee to enter Vintage: Presents The Classic Car Boot Sale
Full List of Food Outlets:
Southern America food, they do a cracking mac'n'cheese.
Bleecker St Burger
Serving up one of the best burgers NYC has to offer.
Handmade artisan smoked sausages served in delicious locally baked buns.
Spit & Roast
Cooking up the finest British free-range meats to succulent perfection on a state-of-the-art rotisserie.
Artisan coffee, homemade food and gourmet frozen yogurt.
Donostia Social Club
A unique fusion of the best of Northern Spain and French cuisine.
Delicious and nutritious treats served up with Japanese dumplings.
What the Dickens!
Revives time-honoured British recipes while dressed in all their historic finery.
Coffee and a selection of homemade cakes.
Mama’s Jerk Station
Caribbean flavours using the family secret recipe with good quality ingredients.
Craft Beer Rising
Showcasing the world's greatest brews.
Good & Proper Tea
Bringing tea to the streets of London without any blending or additives.
Serving up three different Thai curry noodle dishes and refreshing Bangkok Sodas.
A vintage caravan is serving up homemade cakes, sandwiches and hot drinks.
Pizza baked in a wood-fired oven, in the back of a 1970 Citroen Hy van!
Liquid chefs mixing up a selection of cocktails served from a 1970s VW cocktail bar.