Tickets have gone on sale for the much loved Lincolnshire Show, with hundreds of new exhibitors lined up to appear over two days in June.
The 133rd annual event returns to the Lincolnshire Showground on Wednesday and Thursday, June 21-22, in celebration of rural life .
Showground chief executive Jayne Southall said: “With a wide range of attractions, stands and non-stop entertainment, there is something for everyone, whether young or old, a returning or a first-time visitor.
“We’re delighted to be welcoming not only large scale attractions but also a wide range of local businesses to showcase their products to the public.”
Around 600 exhibitors will be trading at the show, including first-timers such as Ferry Ales Brewery, a craft ale brewery based in Fiskerton.
Co-owner John Cussons said: “As a local business, it is great to be involved in an event of this size and it gives us a chance to get out, meet customers and get immediate feedback from our products.”
The event also promises a spectacular programme of entertainment, food, shopping, music and exhibitions of farm life.
Broke FMX, the UK’s top ranked freestyle motocross riders, will thrill audiences with long-distance jumps and acrobatic feats.
Another new attraction for 2017 will be Man and Machines in Motion, a narrated arena display demonstrating how farmers use machinery from harvesters to mowers.
The show will also host its first pop-up restaurant, serving up breakfast, brunch and afternoon tea menus designed by award-winning chef Steven Bennett of Grimsby dining sensation The Comfy Duck.
Advanced tickets are £19 for adults, children are £6 and under-fives go free. Family tickets, for two adults and up to three children are £40. Car parking is free on both days.
For more information on tickets, exhibiting, sponsorship opportunities, membership or hospitality packages, visit www.lincolnshireshow.co.uk.