Coventry MotoFest 2015
Coventry MotoFest is an amazing event designed to celebrate both the heritage, the current endeavours and an amazing and exciting future for personal transport and more!
We have a couple of very special highlights that we have to charge a small amount for: The Opera, and a Concert, but everything else is free to attend.
The 2015 festival will run over the weekend of 29th, 30th and 31st May 2015, so go and pop that date in your diaries.
Massive Saturday Gig
Live music will take centre stage at MotoFest 2015 with a line up of great bands to entertain everyone on Saturday evening.
The Stranglers, Reef, Toseland, and The CommonJets will be rocking Coventry City centre at an amazing ticketed gig. Buy your ticket in advance and experience four amazing acts for only £25!
MotoFest Opera: Carmen
A performance of Carmen by Britain's leading outdoor opera touring company Opera Brava is set to take place at Coventry Cathedral as part of this year’s Motofest 2015 event.
In another entertainment first for Coventry’s Motofest 2015, the renowned professional company Opera Brava, who are supported by retailer John Lewis Partnership PLC, will bring their unique production of Bizet’s classic opera to Coventry Cathedral on Friday 29 May.
Last year's event
Last year Coventry MotoFest 2014 attracted thousands of visitors to Coventry city centre. We had cars, tractors, bikes, racing, live music, and much more besides.
Have a look at our video for a flavour of what Coventry MotoFest is about and just imagine how great this year's event will be in May.
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No other city in the United Kingdom has a heritage of transport innovation and development to match Coventry.
From the invention and manufacture of the first modern bicycle by James Starley, through motorcycles churned out by around 150 companies, to the current day when we are training students in design, business and manufacturing at two of the country’s finest Universities, the City of Coventry has always been proactive when it comes to the transport industry.