Around 1,500 vintage vehicles will wind their way from West Beach to Birdwood this Sunday 22 October for the annual Bay to Birdwood Festival.
The convoy, departing Barrett Reserve at West Beach at 7.45am following a breakfast, is expected to draw 90,000 spectators who will line the streets.
At the National Motor Museum from 10am, thousands of entrants and attendees can enjoy the Finish Festival, which will be a hub of actvity with live music, vintage dress, street food, craft drinks and historic vehicles.
Hear more about the event and its history from Dane Wilden, Manager of Major Events at the History Trust, speaking with ARN’s Jennie Lenman and Adam Connelly, via the audio play window below:
For more information go to: https://baytobirdwood.history.sa.gov.au/