Vintage Festival takes over London’s Southbank Centre

Vintage at Southbank Centre is a sensual delight, a big dressing-up box, a collector’s dream and a joyous creative feast for all ages. For one glamorous weekend we celebrate the music, fashion, film, art, design and dance from the 1920s to the 1980s with 3 unique revue shows featuring soul legends Percy Sledge and Booker T, electronic pioneers Thomas Dolby and Alan Wilder, 60s icon Sandie Shaw and over 150 DJs celebrating club culture through the decades, including Andrew Weatherall, A Guy Called Gerald, Greg Wilson and Norman Jay.

Royal Festival Hall will transform into a multi-venue playground designed by Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway and the Hemingway Design team. Over 13 hours each day, pass holders can ‘learn the dances’, take in 70 live performances and 150 exclusive DJ sets across 8 decade specific nightclubs, enjoy catwalk shows hosted by Jo Wood and Pearl and Daisy Lowe, brilliantly conceived vintage food and cocktails, or take advantage of all the wonderful vintage shopping on offer in the Vintage Marketplace. Watch out for the Vintage ‘style hunters’ who roam the site to snap the most fashion-savvy festival goers and the `Best in Show Parades’ that reward all those who quite simply look fabulous… Will it be you?!

For the full lineup and information about each decade please follow the link below: 

To join us at London’s best-dressed party simply book a pass for Friday, Saturday or Sunday (£60). If you’d also like to attend the Vintage Revue in the evening, book a Friday, Saturday or Sunday Pass + Revue Show (starting from £75).

Tickets available to buy here: or Tel: 0844 847 9910

Watch a preview film for Vintage at Southbank Centre including an interview with Wayne Hemingway


“Simply the best festival I’ve played in a very, very long time. A truly inspired festival weekend.” 
Norman Jay MBE

“A great festival, we were all really impressed with the attention to detail on all levels.” 
Peter Hook

“Without doubt the best festival I have ever been to – by a country mile. Awe inspiring authenticity meant that the whole event felt very real and not at all pastiche in any way.” 
Martyn Ware

“It was a truly wonderful event. A beautiful atmosphere to work in.” 
Sandie Shaw

“Brilliant, loved it. We had such a good time…Perhaps I can do more next year.” 
Sir Peter Blake

“A revolutionary and refreshing event which we all thoroughly enjoyed.” 
The Damned

“Phenomenal – it’s totally raised the bar as far as festivals are concerned. An adventure that’s spawned no less than a seminal event.” 
Greg Wilson

“Absolutely superb! I loved every minute of it.” 
Graeme Park

“This whole event came from great vision; other festivals could learn a thing or two from Vintage.” 
Danny Rampling

“Wicked vibe… A fantastic festival.” 
Craig Charles

“Loved the atmosphere, the amazing attention to detail, the music, the fashions….everything was so inspiring .My new favourite festival.” 
Simon Price / The Independent