Power Maxed MotoFest Coventry – Free Family Festival

Power Maxed Moto Fest - Speedy Reg
Power Maxed Moto Fest – Speedy Reg

Fun family trips out in the summer can end up costing you a fortune, but the Power Maxed MotoFest in Coventry is totally free, and it’s great for families, so why not head along and check out everything that’s going on.

The Festival runs over two days, the 1st and the 2nd of June. The focus is on motor sports, but there’s so much more too. It’s a celebration of Coventry itself and there’s some great live music and street food, you can certainly spend the whole weekend there and you’ll always find something to see or do.

Thrilling motorsport action

There are plenty of static displays, but it gets really exciting when you watch the live displays at three venues, the GT Radial Sprint Circuit, the Skydome Fueltopia Arena and the Autotest Arena. There’s so much to see including drift demos, stunt bikes and drone racing and you can even take part yourself with an Autosolo passenger experience.

A party atmosphere with live music

There are also three live music venues to entertain you throughout your visit. BULLI In the Bull Yard features a high-energy mix of rock, dance and funk music. The Global Care CV Folk Stage brings you acoustic folk and roots music and the MotoFest Community Stage has a great family friendly selection of live music and other entertainment. You can even attend an orchestral concert.

Fabulous Food

The special Global Street Food Village will be offering some delicious delights, with everything from burgers to burritos, there’s bound to be something to please even the fussiest of eaters. Of course you can also visit the many bars, cafes and restaurants in Coventry.

So much more

There’s a photography exhibition to visit, you can watch a talented artist use his skills to paint a car and the kids can drive mini Land Rovers and have their faces painted.  As the event is held in the streets of Coventry, you also have the opportunity to explore the city with its wide range of shops and fascinating museums. The local fire station on Radford Road is having an open day on Sunday 2nd June that everyone will find interesting.

Turn your visit into a holiday

There are plenty of places to stay in Coventry, so why not stay over so you can attend both days of the festival? Bikers can even camp for free at the Horse and Jockey in Corley. Get there on Friday night and you can join in the ride from Coombe Abbey for the official opening of the festival.


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