19th March 2020

John, Alan & Christina are heartbroken to announce that Dorset Goes Vintage 2020 will have to be cancelled.

Following the government measures announced this week and in times of such uncertainty it was no longer viable to keep planning it.

These are going to be difficult times for some people and we have decided our best call was to preserve Vdub for 2021 rather than risk any of your or our finance pushing on in the face of such uncertainty. We will be in a position to refund your tickets and be back in 2021.

The irony of course is that we had seen spectacular ticket sales for this years event and been nominated for 2 awards!

If you already have a ticket you will receive an automated refund over the next 14 days, you will not need to contact us but we will be doing this manually line by line.

 

We will be working hard to return to business as usual and bounce back bigger in 2021, we very much hope you plan to come and join us again.

 

We wish you well, see you on the other side, keep an eye on our social media and website for news about 2021.

 

https://www.vdubatthepub.com/

facebook.com/vdubatthepub

https://www.dorsetgoesvintage.com/

https://www.instagram.com/vdubatthepub/

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@WmbVintCyclRide

Dorset Goes Vintage is part of Vdub at the Pub festival in Wimborne Minster, Dorset. Two great shows for the price of one!

Dorset Goes Vintage will feature on Saturday 23rd June

Vintage Saturday

however the festival opens on Friday and allows camping right through until Monday morning on the 25th June.

Main Event: Vintage Cycle Ride

To book a ticket for the cycle ride you need to buy an event ticket (weekend camping or day ticket) and a cycle ticket.

Click the link below and you will be taken to Vdub at the Pub website, where all tickets are on sale.

Expect retro wheels, music, stalls, food, camping ... 

Click on logos above to go through to the main web page or images below to go to what's on pages.

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