The car manufacturer, which today revealed it is unlikely to sponsor the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, Up to 3,000 BMWs and 10,000 visitors are are set to descend on the Heritage Motor Centre on Sunday 19 August.
The Club will also be celebrating 40 years of BMW Motorsport with a display of M Power vehicles representing all four decades. BMW UK will also be in attendance with a display of new and classic vehicles from BMW Classic.
Numerous trade stands, a ‘Club Shop’ and a huge BMW Tombola – donated by BMW UK – will feature. Other elements include the National Concours final, a ‘Show & Shine’ competition, a ‘Cars for Sale’ section and large displays from the Club’s M Power, Zed, Alpina and Mini Registers.
Steve Miller, general manager, BMW Car Club, said: "The BMW Festival is a must for any BMW enthusiast; with BMW displays stretching as far as the eye can see and new and old BMWs from BMW UK and Independent Specialists. Visitors can also enjoy free access to the Heritage Museum and with pre-booking and a small fee, take a turn on the test track. This is the BMW event to attend this summer."