Established by John Howes in 1992, the Audiojumble has steadily grown from humble beginnings to become the iconic event that it is today.

Audiojumble founder, John Howes, at the 1995 event
The Royal Victoria Hall, Southborough

The first Audiojumble was held at a small municipal hall in Southborough, with just 22 stallholders. It was later moved to its current location in Tonbridge which provides capacity for more than 140 stalls spread across two large halls and several side-rooms.

In 2015 John stepped back from the day-to-day running of the show and handed over the reins to his three children, Catherine, Michael and Richard. Having helped out at every Audiojumble event since its inception, they have grown up with the Audiojumble from a young age, so are passionate about ensuring that it continues to thrive in its third decade.

The organisers: Catherine, Richard and Michael

"If you like vintage kit, then you owe it to yourself to visit an event like this"

Adam Smith, Hi-Fi World

"The world's finest hi-fi flea market"

Ken Kessler, Hi-Fi News

"Tonbridge's Audiojumble is a biannual pilgrimage"

Richard Reeve, Hi-Fi Choice

"Audiojumbles are a magnet for audio enthusiasts from all over the world... it's amazing how many rare items turn up"

Martin Pipe, Hi-Fi World