We are delighted to bring back the Manchester Classic & Performance Motor Show to life with a great city location in the heart of Manchester,  the Rugby Grounds of Broughton Park.  With acres of space for hundreds of static displays from private and club owners of classic and performance cars and bikes, the early summer date in the heart of Manchester is set to bring this once great show back to life in style.


Easily accessible from the M60 J5, just off Princess Road and from the Metro Tram link at Withington, the early Father’s Day treat is there for everyone to enjoy.


Street food will be available with drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) available from within the clubhouse and from a trailer on site. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. 

Private classic cars are warmly welcome.


Book your exhibit: To exhibit your classic vehicle book online or download the booking form. Please note, you can book post 2007 exhibits for classics or any age for motorsport, modified, supercar or hypercars online.


Additional info: Well behaved dogs on leads welcome. Free and ample parking. Ample catering and refreshment facilities onsite.


Exhibitor Entry: Advanced bookings are discounted from the normal entry price and will close at least 7 days prior to the show date or maybe earlier depending upon numbers – register online to ensure your space and get discounted entry.


Directions: Broughton Rugby Ground is accessible from the M60 Junction 5, towards Manchester on Princess Road turning left onto Mauldeth Road.  Follow AA event road signs on the day.  The grounds are also accessible from the Manchester Tram on the Withington Stop with pedestrian access from the Princess Road available.


Extras: Autojumble/trade plots £25 each, call for details or book online. Please email or call if you wish to book post 2007 exhibits.

More information: Event website

Ticket information

Prices: Adults £10, Accompanied children (age 15 and under) are £5, family (2 adults and up to 3 under 15’s) £25.   


There is limited parking on site and the grounds are accessible from the Withington Tram Stop.

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