Vintage Sixties Festival
Vintage Sixties Festival 2023
Saturday 10th June
The long-awaited bounce-back return of the iconic Vintage Sixties Festival on the 1st April 2022 was a triumph with thousands of vintage lovers flocking to celebrate the sixties and the resurgence of interest in all things vintage on the pier and the promenade. The arrival of hundreds of scooters arriving together on the promenade, certainly sent pulses racing, alongside vintage trading stalls, classic cars, live music, and much more. The festival has real credibility and is an opportunity for enthusiasts of the era to congregate, demonstrate and reignite their passion for the era that brought us Twiggy, Pirate Radio, The Mini, The MOD’s and so much more:-
We are working hard behind the scenes to bring a full day of sixties fun, including live music, memorabilia, vintage trading stalls, and lots more, full details are under wraps so please sign up to our e-newsletter at chrisd278.sg-host.com to be among the first to know what we are up to.
Be sure to make it a date in your diary, shows begin Friday 9th June with A Band Called Malice plus SKA support, Saturday 10th June the widely renowned Mersey Beatles, Sunday 11th June The Very Best of Tommy Cooper – Just Like That featuring Daniel Taylor West End star of Blood Brothers.
Main event – Saturday 10th June. If you have a vintage trade stall or are interested in getting involved in any way please contact dlewis@cromerpier we can’t wait to hear from you.
Scooters loaned by North Norfolk Scooter Club
Clothing supplied by Wake Up Little Susie
Photography by Brad Damms Photography
Model Miss Yasmine Mackin-Page
Openwide Coastal is excited to develop this event into an authentic annual weekend event to become a firm fixture in Cromer’s diverse entertainment calendar showcasing the pier as a unique and desirable location for festival events!
Openwide Coastal reserve the right to cancel the event due to inclement weather or circumstances beyond our control.
Vintage clothes for the photoshoot supplied by Wake Up Little Susie Images Brad Damms Photography, thank you to model Yasmine Macklin-Page.
Lambretta’s supplied by Trevor Bailey and Jason Matthews.