The next Bromyard Speed Festival street event will be on 7th April 2019 

In 2019 we will be celebrating 50 years since the end of the 60’s

Bromyard Speed Festival 2019 salutes the classic era of the 60’s. The streets of Bromyard will once again become automotive party central on Sunday 7th April 2019. This year’s festival will be celebrating the motoring golden years of the swinging 1960’s, as it is 50 years since they ended!

The Italian Job

Happening in a town near you!

Word is, there is a Bank Robbery planned for 2pm on the 7th April. Three Mini’s have been seen lurking in side streets and local sewers – what are they planning?!

Come and join in the fun

Read the ‘Italian Job’ Press Release –  HERE

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Something for Everyone

As well as 60’s feature cars, grids will also include; Vintage, Classic, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s Race Cars, Rally, Classic Karts, Hill Climb and Aero Engined machines that shake the very foundations of this historic market town. There will be trade stands, auto jumble, craft area and a food village. This will truly be an event not to be missed.

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A special tribute this year will be to the late Whizzo of the Williams family, founders of the Bromyard based company Fastkart and to Kay his mother who is still with us at 104! 

triumph trophy

The motorcycle section this year will celebrate the Triumph marque, with special recognition of the Bonneville. And as a nod to the epic 1969 film Easy Rider, a class for choppers, a spectacle to induce the spirit of its day with much sound, colour and vibe man!

This is the official video of the first running of Bromyard Speed Festival in 2016.


And here is the 2017 video!


For car parking please Click HERE

Pre-booked spectator parking costs £8 per vehicle. Parking will be £10 cash only on the day. Pre-booking will also allocate a space in the car parks nearest to the event.


Entries for 2019 are now closed; we were oversubscribed by 50%! Thank you everyone for your support. The Bromyard Speed Festival Team look forward to welcoming you on the 7th April where you will be treated to the spectacle of a fantastic range of vehicles and motorcycles parading around the town.

Dog Policy – Important Information

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We would strongly discourage bringing dogs, other than assistance dogs, into the town for the Speed Festival as it tends to become very busy and congested in some areas at certain times.  We cannot prevent you bringing your pet but in the past we have observed dogs clearly being distressed by the noise and crowds and closeness of the vehicles.  

Primarily it is important to consider the welfare of the dogs but in the event that you did decide to bring your dog, we would request that they are kept on a short lead at all times to minimise the risks to themselves and others. 

Some of the car parks are on the outskirts of town (hence the free shuttle buses) and cannot be accessed quickly by an owner if an animal was in distress.  Also, due to the widespread nature of the Speed Festival not all announcements would be heard.  Therefore, dogs or other animals must NOT be left unattended in vehicles at any time.