Get set to indulge in all things British as The Vintage Festival descends on the Boughton Estate in Northamptonshire this summer
Get set to indulge in all things British as The Vintage Festival descends on the Boughton Estate in Northamptonshire this summer.
Curated by fashion tycoons Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway, the weekend offers a chance to experience the past 70 years of music, fashion, film, art, design and food.
Highlights include six vintage themed nightclubs – each dedicated to a different decade such as 1940s swing, 1960s pop and warehouse rave from the 80s.
Elsewhere a massive vintage marketplace will host over 250 purveyors of fashion, homeware and collectibles. While a traditional beauty parlour will offer 1960s beehives and make-up touch ups – a saviour for those camping not glamping.
There will also be lots of workshops offering everything from sewing to pattern cutting and jazz dancing. Even the food will have a vintage make-over with 1940s menus and period cocktails.
Tickets for the festival, which takes place July 13 – 15, are on sale now priced from £89.
For more information visit vintagefestival.com