Voices of the West End will take place in the Museum’s grounds on the 25th, 26th and 27th September, following a successful run at Broadlands in Hampshire which attracted 2,000 visitors.
Roped pitches are priced at £59 for a 3m² spot, while car pitches start from £96.50. Groups must come from a maximum of two households or support bubbles.
The box office for the concert will be managed by Birmingham Hippodrome and all ticket sales will be processed via www.birminghamhippodrome.com.
To further capitalise on the influx of visitors, British Motor Museum chefs will be producing luxury picnics and hampers which can be pre-ordered along with a selection of wines – ranging in price from £16 to £21 per person.
“From the outset we wanted people to feel entirely safe. Every group of up to four guests occupy their own 3m² marked out socially distanced plot, with metres of space between each one,” explains Earl Carpenter, a performer and the event’s producer.
Both the Museum and event organisers are keen to stress that all plans remain dependent on the ever-changing government guidance.