Everything you need to know about Festival of Wheels 2019
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From monster trucks to motorbike football, be prepared to hear the roar of thousands of engines at the Festival of Wheels at Trinity Park next month.
Have a read of our everything you need to know guide which includes the events you can watch over the two day festival.
When and where is the Festival of Wheels?
Festival of Wheels 2019 takes place at Trinity Park show ground in Ipswich between Saturday, August 3 and Sunday August 4.
Gates to the festival open at 9am on the Saturday and Sunday and close at 5pm each day - however camping is available for those that want to stay the whole weekend.
What's there to do at the Festival of Wheels?
As well as getting to look at some incredible vehicles, including American muscle cars, there are lots of other things included in the price of your entry ticket.
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You can watch massive stunt shows, low rider and BMX displays and even take the family to the big top to watch the festival circus.
In the evening festival goers can soak up the atmosphere by listening to live music and grab something to eat at the Festival of Wheels food fair.
Where can you get your ticket?
Tickets for the Festival of Wheels are available from their website - here. You can also use the website to register vehicles that you are bringing to the event. Where can you park?
Organisers have confirmed there will be plenty of free parking available but advise finding a spot before 10am to "enjoy the full Festival of Wheels experience".
Festival of Wheels is disabled friendly and there are accessible spaces are available at the show ground.