Tickets on Sale Next Month for the Great Yorkshire Show 2023

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Tickets for next year’s Great Yorkshire Show are on sale from Tuesday November 1, organisers have announced.

The event will continue to be run over four days thanks to positive feedback from our visitors and exhibitors. Farmer tickets will be available for the 2023 show and will be available from farming outlets in January.

Tickets for the 164th Show, on Tuesday July 11 to Friday July 14, 2023, will be sold in advance only, with visitor numbers capped at 35,000 a day.

Membership of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society which organises the Show and runs other events throughout the year, will also be on sale from November 1.

The 2022 Great Yorkshire Show sold out a week before the event in July.

Plans are now underway for the next show where visitors can expect the best animals in the country competing including national breed shows as well as machinery, food and first-class entertainment to celebrate the very best of farming, food and the countryside.

Charles Mills, Show Director of the Great Yorkshire Show, said: “We are delighted to confirm that next year’s show will be from Tuesday July 11 to Friday July 14 and tickets and membership will be on sale in time for Christmas.

“Selling in advance allows us to manage visitor numbers to ensure the show is comfortable and enjoyable for everyone. We are taking onboard all feedback from this year’s show and will be making some changes to continue to ensure that the show is a resounding success. Look out for announcements in due course.”

Tickets will be: Adults £32, Children £13 and Families £80

To book tickets, please go online

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  • The Great Yorkshire Show is England’s premier agricultural event, organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society (YAS), a registered charity supporting rural Yorkshire.
  • YAS supports and promotes the farming industry through health care, business, education and scientific research.
  • The Society is supported by its family of businesses including Fodder, Yorkshire Event Centre, Pavilions of Harrogate and the Harrogate Caravan Park as well as events Great Yorkshire Show and Springtime Live.
  • Businesses and events held at the Great Yorkshire Showground in 2019 contributed £73.7 million to the economy.


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