Truckfest will be a bank holiday treat
Truckfest, the eastern counties giant celebration of the world of trucks, is going ahead over the bank holiday weekend.
The event usually takes place in May and was called off because of the coronavirus pandemic but the organisers have pulled out all the stops and the show will be on the road again at the East of England showground at Peterborough showground on August 30 and 31.
Although Covid safety measures will be in place, visitors will still be able to see the UKs’ top trucks on display, from classics of yesteryear to giant American Super trucks.
The main arena will be alive with plenty of thrillingmonster truck and motorcycle action together with some exciting road rescue demonstrations.
There will be plenty of shopping opportunities with a street food market and a traders’ market. And a funfair will keep the younger members of the family amused.
Even the ever-popular Monster truck rides are back with a shiny new big beast revving up and ready for action.
Although it was disappointing to have to cancel the May bank holiday event, the organisers have pulled out all the stops to get this later summer show on the road. They say that, while it might perhaps look a little different this time, it will still have all of the magic that Truckfest fans have come to expect and enjoy and is a fantastic chance for families to have a fun day out with the children before they go back to school.
Showgoers are being asked to pre-book online this time. They can do so on the TRUCKFEST web site where they will be able to take advantage of a pre-booking discount and will also be able to get swifter access on to the showground.
To pre-book your tickets click onto https://www.truckfest.co.uk/truckfest-peterborough/day-tickets/