Final countdown for adrenaline-fuelled extravaganza Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival in aid of EAAA
People are being reminded to gear up for fun as the Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival returns for an exciting weekend of thrills and entertainment from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, July 1, and 10am to 4pm on Sunday, July 2.
Organised by Great Yarmouth Borough Council with funding from Visit Great Yarmouth and additional sponsorship from Wellington Pier, people are invited to join in the excitement as the festival takes over the Golden Mile in the town.
The festival, which takes place along Great Yarmouth seafront from Britannia Pier to the St Nicholas Car Park, offers free admission for visitors and those wishing to exhibit their vehicles. Volunteers from East Anglia Air Ambulance will be on hand spreading awareness about their life-saving charity, as well as collecting donations throughout the weekend to raise vital funds for its work.
The Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival promises to be a spectacular event, featuring a thrilling line-up of activities, displays and entertainment for the entire family. With a mix of classic cars, motorcycles, scooters, trucks and unique custom vehicles, the event is a celebration of all things on wheels.
Festivalgoers should prepare to be amazed by high-octane, adrenaline-pumping stunt shows that will leave people on the edge of their seats as world-class professionals demonstrate their skills with mind-boggling tricks, daring jumps and gravity-defying manoeuvres, sure to captivate audiences of all ages.
The festival is designed to entertain the whole family - with children's activities and interactive displays there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
There will also be a wide range of automotive-related products and services to check out at the wide range of trade stands. From clothing and accessories to custom modifications and expert advice, enthusiasts can explore and engage with a variety of exhibitors.
Councillor James Bensly, Portfolio Holder for Tourism, Culture and Coastal Management at Great Yarmouth Borough Council, said: "We're thrilled to bring back the Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival for another action-packed weekend thanks to the main sponsor of this popular event, Visit Great Yarmouth."
"This year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever, showcasing a diverse range of vehicles and providing non-stop entertainment for everyone. Whether you're a car enthusiast, a thrill seeker, or simply looking for a fun-filled, free family day out, the Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival has something for you."
Car and bike enthusiasts looking to attend with their vehicles are encouraged to turn up on the day at the specified times advertised on the festival's Facebook page. All vehicles are welcome both days, although organisers would love to welcome motorbikes and scooters on Saturday and classic and modified cars on Sunday.