Hundreds to travel back in time for Lincoln 1940s Day this weekend

Hundreds of people in Lincoln will be travelling back in time for this weekend’s 1940s Day at the Cathedral Quarter.

The event will take place on Saturday, August 12 from 10am and a variety of live music, vintage activities and displays will run throughout the day.

What’s On?

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

  • Vintage themed traders at Castle Quarter from 10am
  • Music from George Formby, Colin Bourdiec, Heather Marie, Lancashire Belle and Marlaina Rube
  • Battle of Britain Flypast; Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane from 2:30pm
  • Vintage Tea Party at The Straight from 5:30pm
  • 1940s Cream Tea at Lady Rose’s Tea Room from 5pm
  • 1940s Ball at the County Assembly Rooms from 5pm (doors open at 3pm)

How much is it?

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

Entry to the event is free but activities such as the tea party, cream tea and ball are priced from £16.50, tickets can be purchased from the Visit Lincoln website. 

Any road closures?

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

There will be no road closures to look out for as the event takes place in the pedestrianised Cathedral Quarter.

For more information on the day and for purchasing ticekts visit the Visit Lincoln website.