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Goodwood Revival 2024

6 September 2024 to 8 September 2024 Goodwood Motor Circuit

Classic race cars are competing on a track, with one red car slightly off the road onto the grassy shoulder. Spectators watch from the grandstand, while the track is lined with British flags fluttering in the wind on a sunny day.

If you’re looking for a glamorous day out this summer, don’t delay – now’s the time to snap up your tickets for an unforgettable, action-packed experience at Goodwood Revival.

Set at the spiritual home of British motorsport, Goodwood Motor Circuit, and the surrounding countryside, you might be fooled into thinking it’s all about the nail-biting racing and the world’s greatest classic cars, but there truly is something for everyone.

Here are just some of the exciting experiences that await you:

Exceptional experiences all round

The main entrance is known for being a hub of excitement, and this year will be no exception. As soon as you walk into the Goodwood Motor Circuit, you’ll be transported away from reality on a thrilling adventure by a captivating crew of actors.

With last year’s re-enactment of The Greatest Show on Earth still ringing in our ears, the theme of this year’s out-of-this-world movie set is just as exciting with a nod to a certain television anniversary. That’s not all that awaits you, either…

A man dressed in vintage attire is standing outdoors. He is wearing a yellow checkered vest, white shirt, and a beige flat cap. He has tattoos on his right arm, a beard, sunglasses, and various accessories. A vintage vehicle and greenery are visible in the background.

Show off your best vintage threads in the Revive & Thrive fashion hub. Whether you’re there to shop, celebrate with friends or soak up the joys of vintage living from the stellar line-up of famous faces appearing on the Revive & Thrive stage, you’ll find inspiration aplenty.

Strut your stuff on stage for the hotly contested accolade of ‘Best Dressed’ or make use of the many photo opportunities in this stylish spot, and become part of Revival’s style story. Get your dancing shoes busy at Earl’s Raceway, where iconic live music from the 40s, 50s and 60s will have you cutting a rug.

A lively outdoor dance event with people in vintage attire. A couple dances in the foreground, while others mingle and dance. A live band plays on a stage adorned with bunting. A sign in the background reads CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING. Sunny weather enhances the festive scene.

Enjoy ‘all the fun of the fair’ Over the Road (quite literally) at Revival. The collection of vintage fairground rides and classic amusements are surrounded by an assortment of charming places to eat and drink, and even a drive-in cinema – you won’t stop smiling!

Championing heritage and endangered crafts, TV’s Dominic Chinea leads the Revive & Thrive Workshop on Hurricane Lawn. From gilding and loom weaving, to upcycling and traditional sign-writing, explore a variety of pursuits and discover a new hobby at the workbench.

Celebrating John Surtees’ iconic career

An elderly man with short white hair is kneeling beside a vintage red race car. He is wearing a dark blazer over a light sweater and tie, and is smiling at the camera. The setting appears to be an indoor exhibition with wooden floors.
Image via Car Magazine

Not forgetting Goodwood Revival’s incredible motorsport action, for the first time in 13 years, the driver celebration will feature both cars and motorcycles to honour John Surtees’ varied career as a driver and road racer.

Surtees’ strong connection with Goodwood began with his first ever car race (indeed the first car race he had ever attended, let alone competed in) at the Motor Circuit in March 1960, when he finished a close second to the great Jim Clark.

He later curated the line-up of motorcycles for the first ever Festival of Speed in 1993, establishing his legacy as a Goodwood favourite.

All races to be run exclusively on sustainable fuels

The first ever historic motorsport event to run its races on sustainable fuels, Goodwood Revival will celebrate a landmark moment in preserving the future of historic racing for generations to come.

A group of classic race cars are lined up on a racetrack under a clear, blue sky. Spectators are seated in a large, shaded grandstand with a green roof. Flags and banners adorn the area, adding a festive atmosphere. The car in front, marked with the number 9, is light blue.

With a total of 13 races taking place, the event promises to be packed with more of the thrilling racing that guests know and love, with less impact on the environment.


Tickets and hospitality are selling fast! Those aged 13-21 qualify for half price entry, and under 21s go free. So, be quick: book your tickets today and start planning that perfect vintage outfit – Goodwood Revival awaits!

To enjoy everything that the Goodwood Revival has to offer this September, explore tickets and hospitality packages at goodwood.com/revival