Modified Nationals show at Peterborough promises an action-packed weekend

LOOKING for something to do this weekend? Want to see the UK’s best cars? Want to be entertained?

Then look no further than Modified Nationals, the ultimate car show.

The country’s biggest and best indoor and outdoor car event comes to the East of England Showground in Peterborough tomorrow and Sunday.

Expect an action-packed adventure for the entire weekend. From wild cars, live stage shows and amazing deals, Modified Nationals is an essential visit for any car fan or family looking for a trip out.

With thousands of cars on display there is always something to look at, and this year is no exception. There will be live stunt shows all weekend, a rolling road and even a hi-fi clinic to get your audio sorted.

With trade stands galore boasting hundreds of exclusive bargains you will have to plan carefully to make sure you don’t miss the live stage shows.

The outdoor stage will see live performances from upcoming superstars Beatbullyz and Fugative on the Saturday.

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On Sunday Paije Richardson and Katie Waissel, former X-Factor finalists, plus Chelcee Grimes. one of the hottest emerging UK talents, will be performing live.

If this isn’t enough then indoors on the Acclr8 arena stage, there will be the famous Modified Nationals babe competition, exclusive performances from MC Stallion and a MC Battle all topped off with 20 of the UK’s finest DJs scratching it up for one epic sound off.

If excitement is your thing then Monster trucks and the new Double Wheel of Death stunt shows should be right up your street. The thrill of seeing TWO Five Tonne, TWO 1,000 horse power monster trucks flying through the air as they compete head to head is NOT to be missed.

There are plenty of reasons Modified Nationals is the UK’s biggest and best car show, with 48 hours of non-stop entertainment and bargains galore it’s a must visit event.

For more information or to book tickets call 08444 15 14 13 or visit

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