Derby City Council and Retro Metal are pleased to bring the Retro, New and Classic Car Show to Markeaton Park. The show will include classic cars, retro vehicles, modern classics, new vehicles and lifestyle from the twenties to present day.

Cars, vans, motorcycles, trikes, scooters, bicycles, whether original or modified, will be on show, as well as brand new models so visitors can expect hot rods, American cars, Rolls-Royces, Jaguars, Lambrettas, Vespas, classic Fords, Minis, Harley Davidsons, Raleigh Choppers and old skool BMX and skateboards. Anything with wheels, of all shapes and sizes, will be on display.

There will be plenty on offer for the whole family, including live DJs and acoustic artists, with plenty of food and drink to enjoy. There will also be children’s entertainment including bouncy castles and some fun vehicle-related games and competitions.

The Derby Telegraph and Derby LIVE are delighted to announce this year’s show will again include a large selection of new car models from some of Derby’s biggest main dealers. There will also be a selection of Motorhomes on show in what is sure to make for a fantastic and fun event not only for the car enthusiast but for the entire family.

This is due to be a great day out for the whole family in one of the East Midlands’ most popular parks. The Mundy Play Centre will be open as usual for children to enjoy the play area, canoes and more, and refreshments will be available at the Orangery Café.

Exhibitors can register on Derby LIVE’s website or come along on the day.

The event will be taking place on Sunday 8th July from 10am in Markeaton Park, with free entry for visitors. Parking will cost £1.50 up to one hour, £2.20 up to two hours, £3.60 up to four hours and over four hours will be £4.70. The overflow car park will cost £5. There will be free Disabled parking available with a Blue Badge. Exhibitor’s entrance will be at Markeaton Island and will cost £5 per vehicle.

This event is hosted by Derby City Council in partnership with Retro Metal, Jaguar Enthusiasts Club and The Bus Stop Over.