Southend Festival of Wheels

We are absolutely delighted to announce the very first ‘Southend Festival of Wheels’ in conjunction with Safer Essex Road Partnership on 23rd April between 11-5pm located along Southend’s seafront and High Street.

It is also ‘National Drive It Day’ so it would be a great opportunity for clubs and enthusiasts to drive to sunny Southend for the day enjoy all of the highlights of the event and also display their beautiful vehicles.

Family friendly, lots on offer for everyone to enjoy

A celebration of everything on wheels!

Event Highlights:

Tons of displays from classic cars, supercars, military vehicles to scooters and super motorbikes the high street and seafront will be laden with shiny beautiful vehicles!
Inline/BMX and Skateboard stunts
Motorbike stunt displays
Bicycle clubs, vintage bikes & trade stands
Safer Essex Partnership Classrooms
Live bands/entertainment and also Northern Soul DJ’s
Wheel chair dancing
Remote Control cars
Bike safety checks
Mountain bike trials
Walk about entertainment
and so much more!

(Entertainment subject to change at organisers discretion)

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