Gear up for Truckfest Peterborough on May 3-4 – and don’t miss your chance to win a family ticket

Swamp Thing will wow the crowds in the main ring.

Swamp Thing will wow the crowds in the main ring. - Credit: Archant

For the truck industry it’s the greatest show on earth – with all the major manufacturers on display and more than 2,000 vehicles on show.

The Lizard Lick Towing Crew will return to Truckfest.

The Lizard Lick Towing Crew will return to Truckfest. - Credit: Archant

Truckfest represents a fantastic family day out, full of arena action, hundreds of stalls and lots of celebrities.

Trucks on show range from new fleets to vintage wagons and American supertrucks.

The main arena will come alive with motorcycle action, from jaw-dropping stunt duo Broke FMX, and the battle of the monster trucks – a high energy head-to-head between Swamp Thing and Slingshot.

For children there will be much to see, as well as cartoon characters to meet and take selfies with!


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This year, Truckfest welcomes the Enchanted Princesses and the ever-popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on both show days (Sunday and Monday).

For sport fans, meet darts ace Martin ‘Wolfie’ Adams, who will take on visitors in a special Truckfest ‘Let’s Play Darts’ competition.

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Also making a return is the Lizard Lick Towing Crew from across the pond. Ronnie, Amy, Juicy and Johnny will all make an appearance and the reality TV stars will have a merchandise stand.

Truckfest Peterborough takes place at Peterborough Arena on May 3-4. Gates are open from 9am-5.30pm each day.

An advance single day adult ticket costs £17, with a child ticket (five to 15 years) £6. A family ticket (two adults, two children) costs £40.

For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit www.truckfest.co.uk

? We are giving away five family tickets in a competition. To stand a chance of winning, don’t miss the April 17 edition of the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard.

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