What’s on

Tatton Park Passion for Power Classic Motor Show & Cheshire Autojumble has been running for more than 30 years and returns to Tatton Park this summer. The show is famous for the unique and eclectic mix of powerful performance cars with rare and exciting vehicles featured every year, from Ferraris to Lamborghinis.

Some of our loyal car clubs will be at the show, decked out with their themed exhibitions and elaborate knowledge of anything and everything supercar. They are always happy to have a chat about their incredible vehicles – or anything else to do with classic cars!

Additionally, car lovers have the opportunity to exhibit their car for free at this years’ show, just go to the Display Your Car section to find the application form. The Dream Cars Pavilion will give you an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the fastest, rarest and most expensive supercars on the planet.

The Show also features a massive autojumble with specialist suppliers and enthusiasts, alongside the car mart, which includes a great variety of general trade stalls. Whatever it is you need, we’re sure it can be found at Tatton Park – usually at a bargain price!

Cars on show are entered into competitions across the weekend, where over 70 prestigious awards will be presented each day for various categories from the coveted best in show to the best club stand!

The Passion for Power show takes place on August 15 – 16, 2020, at Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN.

More at the show

Information

  • Date: Sat & Sun Aug 15 – 16, 2020
  • Venue: Tatton Park
  • Location: Knutsford, WA16 6QN – Find us>>

Tickets

The Lancaster Insurance Passion for Power

Daily admission

Adults: £10

Under 15 years: FREE

Tickets are available to purchase on the gate

· Parking

Cars, motorbikes, minibuses: £7 per vehicle

Blue badge holder: £3

Pre-booked coaches: free to enter

· Please note: All show exhibits must be pre-booked, don’t forget to download and submit an application form to display your car at this years’ show. Acceptance to display is at the discretion of the organisers.