Leading casual clothing brand, Weird Fish, has announced that it will exhibit at CarFest South in Hampshire at the end of the month.
Brain-child of BBC Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans, the three day event will be held from Friday August 25 to Sunday August 27 at Laverstoke Park Farm in Hampshire. The event offers an exciting mix of music, cars and entertainment for all of the family. Joining hundreds of exhibitors, the Cheltenham-based clothing company will be showcasing a wide selection from its summer range, with exclusive show offers and promotions.
The popular motoring festival is Weird Fish’s next stop on its ‘Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017’, which sees the clothing company exhibiting at a range of events throughout the year. The clothing brand is also providing baseball caps in this year’s VIP goody bags, which will be given to a handful of the musicians performing.
Dan Marsland, marketing manager at Weird Fish, said: “We’re pleased to be continuing our ‘Weird and Wonderful Tour 2017’ at CarFest South. This is our fourth time at the festival and we look forward to attending once again.
“Weird Fish is renowned for producing unique and eye-catching clothing which is a perfect match for the eye-catching car demos that will be taking place on track at CarFest South.”
Over the last five years, twinned with CarFest North, the two annual events have raised £7.4m for BBC Children in Need, while entertaining over 500,000 festival-goers. This year’s theme on the track sprint will be ‘Car-Nations’, celebrating cars from Great Britain, USA, Japan, France, Germany and Italy.
Away from the cars, CarFest South music line-up includes Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street Preachers, Olly Murs, and KT Tunstall. Family activities include Carter’s Steam Fair, a Rio Car-nival parade, and the world’s biggest custard pie fight.
Weird Fish boasts 14 branded stores across the country and nationwide stockists. For more information, visit www.weirdfish.co.uk