Supercar Saturday is back! All you need to know about Stockton's high-octane motoring spectacle
High-power performance and American muscle cars will be just some of the cars on show as the popular Supercar Saturday rolls into Stockton town centre.
What is Supercar Saturday?
Supercar Saturday showcases a vast display of high-power performance vehicles including sports cars, some vintage vehicles and prestige automobiles.
Ferrari, Lamborghini, Tesla and McClaren cars will all be on show at the event which will see Stockton High Street packed out with vehicle enthusiasts.
The free, family-friendly event is hosted by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council in association with JPC Specialist Motorsports in aid of JPC Community Farm.
When is it on?
It will take place from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 4 May on Stockton High Street.
What can I see at Supercar Saturday?
There will be around 80 high performance vehicles, American muscle cars and a selection of vintage vehicles on display on the High Street, in the marquee and in Bishop Street car park.
At 12 noon motoring fanatics will be able to see and hear the vehicles in action as they convoy in a unique 40-strong Super Car parade, with 20 cars per parade, performing two laps around the High Street.
The event will also feature appearances from popular costumed characters and mascots ready to meet and greet families.
Being World Star Wars Day on this special date, the force will be with you as the North East Legion UK Star Wars cast will be on hand throughout the day - and, of course, you'll be able to get those pictures with the incredible cars!
Refreshments will be available including 'Smoklahoma Pit BBQ' food and there'll be raffles and tombolas taking place for the chance to win various special prizes.
Please note that spectators will not be able to exhibit their vehicles on the day as all spaces have been allocated in advance.
If you can get here by public transport, that's great! Arriva are offering a maximum flat fare of £1 per person for any single journey into Stockton on Service 7 or Service 15. Families can also get unlimited travel all day from £6.
Get there by bus with Stagecoach and you can benefit from discounted 'dayrider PLUS' tickets priced at £5 for single travellers and £10 for a family pass when purchased on the bus or on the StagecoachBus app on the day.
If you do intend to visit by car, please be aware that there will be a number of temporary road closures around the High Street in place in the interest of public safety.
The High Street is closed to all traffic between 10.30am and 2.30pm.
The High Street and Bishop Street off-street car parks will be closed from 6pm on Friday 3 May to 6pm on Saturday 4 May.
Between 4am and 4pm on Saturday 4 May, parking on areas of Prince Regent Street, Bishopton Lane and Park Terrace will also be suspended.