There’s more to Goodwood Revival than ever: fast cars, fashion, heritage crafts and more. Tickets now limited

Think you know Goodwood Revival? Think again! There’s a stunning line up of celebrations for 2024, bringing plenty of fun and entertainment.

Tickets are selling fast for this year’s Goodwood Revival, with the always popular Saturday passes sold out, and just Friday and Sunday left to grab.

Still trying to decide if it’s the day out for you? Here’s a glimpse of what organisers have lined up for this marvellous festival of all things past and glorious.

From the racetrack thrills to the heritage crafts, there are some very exciting headline activities this year.


First up, it may be known for the thrilling motor racing, but this year’s event includes machinery from land, sea and air, as it commemorates the 80th anniversary of D-Day. There will be 150 vehicles on display all weekend, and taking part in a special parade on the Sunday. See gunboats, landing craft, jeeps, tanks, DUKWs, weapon carriers, motorcycles and more.

And as part of Revival’s Freddie March Spirit of Aviation concours d'elegance, historic aircraft of the era on display will include a Douglas C-47 Skytrain, Douglas DC-3, Republic P-47 Thunderbolt and Supermarine Spitfire.

More than motors

If you’ve ever visited Revival you know that there’s plenty to entertain – but for rootin’ tootin’ fun, join them as they honour 75 years since the Western came to British TVs. You can say ‘howdy ‘to Wild West Hampnett, a fictional cowboy town. Yee-haw!


Back on track

The Stirling Moss Memorial Trophy makes a much-anticipated return to Revival this year. Visitors will see some of the most glamourous pre-1963 cars – Ferrari FWBs, Jaguar E-Types, Shelby Cobras and more will all be taking to the track to try to take home the glory.

Car-lovers will adore the Sussex Trophy …. now on the Friday evening, it’s a 60-minute delight of world championship vintage vehicles being pushed to their limits … certainly one not to be missed.

With some days already sold out, you won’t want to miss the chance to grab tickets while you can. Prices start from £80. Those aged 13-21 qualify for half price entry, and under 12s go free. So, be quick to avoid missing out: book your tickets today – Goodwood Revival awaits! Find out more about tickets and hospitality at, or contact our friendly Ticket Office on 01243 755055.

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