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Tickets are selling fast for this year’s exciting Springtime Live, showcasing a host of farming animals and fun activities for children.

Visitors can buy their tickets in advance and online only until noon on Friday March 30, ready for the event at the Great Yorkshire Showground on Easter Saturday.

Children can get close to a host of farm animals from chicks to lambs, piglets to calves, goats and rare breed sheep. Once inside the event, all demonstrations and hands on workshops are free including Mr Bloom from CBeebies and his band.

Due to the popularity of Springtime Live on Saturday March 31, entry is by advance ticket only.

Charles Mills, Show Director, said: “Make sure you book your tickets now for our annual family event showcasing farming and rural life through hands on activities and entertainment. Don’t forget once inside, every activity is free! We look forward to seeing you in a week’s time.”

Little ones can hold and learn about chicks thanks to Eggucation, there are also reptiles and bug encounters, vintage and new tractors as well as a bike track, climbing wall and face painting to name a few.

Springtime Live will be at the Great Yorkshire Showground, in Harrogate, on Easter Saturday March 31, from 9am to 4:30pm. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for children from

FULL TIME TABLE – all activities are free inside (timings can be subject to change)

Hall 1 – Stage Programme Times
10:00 Springtime Live Welcome with The Easter Bunny
10:15 Eggucation Live
10:30 Wool Story Show Time
11:00 Mr Bloom & His Band
11:30 Easter Bunny Show Time
1:00 Animals Intuition Live
1:30 Wool Story Show Time
2:00 Mr Bloom & His Band
2:30 StarWars Tribute with Darth Vader
3:30 Family Prize Giveaway

Hall 2 – Arena Timings

10.00am – Ferretworld Road Show
10.30am – SMJ Falconry
11.30am – Airedale Beagles
12.00pm – Farlavale Gundogs
1.00pm – Ferretworld Road Show
1.30pm – SMJ Falconry
2.00pm – Airedale Beagles
2.30pm – Farlavale Gundogs


  • Springtime Live is organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, a charity supporting rural Yorkshire
  • YAS supports and promotes the farming industry through health care, business, education and funding scientific research into rural affairs
  • YAS runs a family of businesses including Fodder, Yorkshire Event Centre, Pavilions of Harrogate and the Harrogate Caravan Park as well as events Great Yorkshire Show, Countryside Live and Springtime Live
  • Events at the Great Yorkshire Showground contribute £47 million a year to the local economy

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