Bowers & Wilkins at Vintage at Goodwood Festival

Bowers & Wilkins at Vintage at Goodwood Festival

We don’t usually frequent festivals but we had to make an exception for the exceptionally stylish Vintage at Goodwood which really is a festival like no other.

Together with Abbey Road Studios, we had a shop on the high street displaying our speakers from back when we started in 1966 to the present day and a full size recreation of the Abbey Road zebra crossing led the way into the shop.

Inside, you could sign the infamous Abbey Road wall, buy our P5′s, visit a replica Studio 1 and browse stunning photography of the musicians who’ve recorded in the world famous studio.

We’d love to hear from anyone who was there and who came to the shop.

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