- Take your car to the venue where many Manchester legends have played

Tour 3 of Jonny Smith’s The Late Brake Show heads to Manchester on 6 November

Manches-tour welcomes quirky classics, custom-builds, barn finds, old projects, future cars and an old friend

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Jonny Smith, motoring enthusiast, journalist, TV presenter and walking car-encyclopaedia, continues to embrace the thought-provoking, curious and simply unexpected as he takes The Late Brake Show On Tour to the iconic Manchester Central on 6 November.

Following in the footsteps of New Order, Happy Mondays, Oasis and others, a truly diverse range of cars that can definitely hold their own in the shadows of musical greatness will line up in the venue’s distinct setting enabling fans of the YouTube channel to see, smell and touch (within reason) the eclectic and electric cars that have featured in the show’s films. From ‘Barn Finds’ and ‘Projects of the People’ through to the very latest hyper cars and electric scooters that bookend the Late Brake spirit, Jonny and his team will bring to life the high and low octane blend of his on-screen love for quirky classics, stunning custom-builds, ambitious projects, lost loves and future car technology.

The unique indoors location has been selected to ensure that there is the space to represent the all-encompassing Late Brake car-munity from in and around the north west of England while protecting fans from the changeable autumn weather. Full details about the tour including more about Tour 3 in Manchester at: Tour – The Late Brake Show

The inaugural tour in Kent in August and then Tour 2 in Market Harborough in September have enabled fans to meet fellow enthusiasts who together fuel the Late Brake community. And fan reaction so far has been fantastic. Their support of the show and each other has been a privilege to both watch and experience.

‘Show’ cars will be announced on the Tour’s webpage and across the channel’s social pages over the coming days and weeks, but fans can be assured of a yet another brilliant celebration of auto-eclectica.

Date & times:

· 9am to 6pm, 6 November 2021

· ‘Display car’ arrival from 8am with last entry at 8.50am and cars to be displayed until 5pm due to health and safety.

· General parking arrival/departure at your discretion as long as you’re safe and considerate to others.


· 'Display Parking' tickets are £25 each and cover 1 vehicle and 1 adult entry.

· ‘General Parking’ tickets are £25 each and cover 1 vehicle and 1 adult entry.

· Additional passenger and ‘walk-in' tickets are £15 each (tickets will be checked on arrival).

Because Manchester Central is in an indoor venue, Covid safety will be of the highest priority. All visitors will be required to have available, either proof of vaccination, or a negative lateral flow test result.

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Comments (1)

  • On that side of things… I’ll be there😂

      1 month ago