British Field Day 2014 at Liberty Park, Saturday, June 21, 9 AM – 3 PM

British Field Day (BFD) will be held at Liberty Park again this year. All British cars and bikes in any condition from 100-point restorations to works in progress or an old daily beater are welcome. All area British car/bike clubs are invited to participate. Call your fellow club members and get them to the event!

There will be a road course set up on a closed access road inside the park. It promises to be as noisy and challenging as in previous years!

Liberty Park has many amenities including one of the largest and best playgrounds in the city, the Tracy Aviary and a small amusement park with a Ferris wheel and merry-go-round. Even if your family doesn’t share your passion for LBCs (little British cars), there will be plenty for them to do while you are getting your fix!

The Salt Lake Arts Academy, a public charter school with emphasis on the arts, will be providing volunteers to assist with the event so the organizers can have more time for some fun, too! Publicity for BFD is being handled by the Salt Lake Community Network. The SLCN is a non-profit neighborhood advocacy organization that functions as an umbrella group for Salt Lake City Community Councils. The community councils are neighborhood organizations that provide input from residents to city government.

Food will be California style with a bold Asian influence including Asian tacos, sliders, and salads plus chicken fingers with a plum-ginger sauce, a cheese quesadilla, and hot dogs for the kids, all at reasonable prices by CHOW HAUTE ASIAN CUISINE ON THE GO. The CHOW Truck will be inside the event.

Liberty Park is located between 500 East & 700 East and 900 South & 1300 South. The BFD event will be held in the northeast quadrant of the park. Enter off 1300 South and drive east and north about a quarter of the way around the park. You will see the event on the left.

Please help support the Salt Lake Arts Academy and SLCN by bringing your cars and bikes out to join in the fun. Registration starts at 8 AM. We hope to have most bikes and cars in place by 9 AM. We encourage folks displaying vehicles to try to stay until 3 PM, but if you can only make it for a couple of hours, that is fine, too! The registration fee is $10 per bike or car. The maximum registration fee is $20/registrant regardless of the number of cars or bikes they bring. A $5 donation is requested per adult admission. Kids 12 and under are free.

To register, print out the registration form and bring it along with you on the 21st of June.

For more information, please email Bill Davis at: or Jon Hermance at: