The London Motor Show
After the overwhelming success of the inaugural event, The London Motor Show returns to Battersea Park.
After the overwhelming success of the inaugural event, The London Motor Show returns to Battersea Park in the capital this year from 4-7 May – and it’s set to be even bigger and better than ever.
With over 150 brand new cars from major manufacturers and dealerships touching down at the 2017 show, including Tesla, Aston Martin, Fiat, Hyundai, Nissan and Vauxhall, visitors have the chance to get up close and personal with brands’ newest creations in an iconic London setting.
Over 25,000 guests from all around the globe made their way through the Battersea Park gates in 2016, and 2017’s event is set to surpass that figure, as organisers have already been forced to release additional tickets due to overwhelming demand.
Part of The London Motor Show 2017’s core are two show-stopping events: the Motor Show Ball and the Gala Preview Reception.
On Saturday evening after the doors close on the penultimate day of the event, the Motor Show Ball will kick off with a drinks reception before a gourmet dinner takes place on a balcony with panoramic views of the show.
There’ll be plenty going on throughout the evening, including a charity auction in aid of Ben – the not-for-profit organisation which partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and families – and much more.
Plus, X-Factor sensation Rebecca Ferguson will round off the night as the headline act with an exclusive live performance. Awards will also be presented throughout the evening.
It’s an evening that comprises absolutely everything you could want: cars, awards, big-name stars and compelling live entertainment.
On the Thursday evening, visitors can enjoy the Gala Preview Reception event ahead of the official opening of the show. Not only will you be able to take in a more relaxed look around the star exhibits, you will also enjoy complimentary cocktails in the company of motorsports legends.
In addition, motorsport expert Henry Hope-Frost will host the night, answering all the questions you wish you’d asked to the guests on the main stage. For any motoring enthusiast, this is a night not to be missed. It’s a true VIP experience that money can buy. The venue is The Evolution Battersea Park