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Published on 18th January, 2024

Taking place during half term, visitors can expect to see some exciting NEW attractions at the Show as well as plenty of old favourites!

Jamie Squibb Freestyle is this year’s Main Ring attraction. Jamie will be performing breathtaking jumps and stunts mid-air with his team of professional motorbike riders. A show not to be missed, Jamie Squibb and his team put on an incredible show featuring extreme tricks mid-air and jaw-dropping stunts. The Main Ring will also feature daily Heavy Horse displays, as well as displays from the Pony Club Games finals and a spectacular Vintage Vehicle parade.

With the return of celebrity appearances at the Royal Bath & West Show, you will have a chance to meet your favourite Love Island star! Visiting the Show on Saturday 1st June, Will Young, better known to his 1.8million TikTok followers as “Farmer Will”, is the breath of fresh air you didn’t know you needed. Will is well known not only for appearing on Love Island but for documenting his warm, entertaining and uplifting adventures on his Buckinghamshire Farm.

The hugely popular Pilton Tent, Woodland & Countryside Arena, Great British Dogs & Heavy Horses are all making a welcome return, along with a full complement of Livestock and Equine Classes. The ever-popular Horticulture area will return featuring gorgeous gardens, exciting floral displays, Horticultural themed talks from a range of green fingered professionals and a tranquil environment to enjoy it all in!

As always, there is plenty of fun for the whole family with new and improved areas coming to the Show. Lakeside Farm will be returning, bringing interactive learning about farming to life for the whole family, joined by Discover the Future – an area of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) learning for your little ones filled with free activities! Alongside the return of these popular areas, we’re introducing the all-new Bark & West. Situated next to Discover the Future and Lakeside Farm, Bark & West will feature all of your favourite dog friendly stalls, Great British Dogs and the Pawsability display ring.

After another successful year in 2023, the Great British Kitchen will also be returning with an exciting line up of celebrity chefs providing live cooking demonstrations throughout the three days. The demos are free to attend and always prove popular, so don’t forget to arrive early on the day to secure your seat in the Great British Kitchen theatre.

As always, food & drink is at the heart of the Royal Bath & West Show. With the Regional Food & Drink Marquee proving to be as popular as ever, we are pleased to be increasing the size of the marquee which will be overflowing with mouth-wateringly tasty treats from the local area.

Jess Chiplen, Head of Shows, says; “We are delighted to start announcing our plans for this year’s Royal Bath & West Show which will be jam packed with action for all the family. With a mixture of old favourites and new delights, there is sure to be an abundance of agriculture, food and drink and entertainment to appeal to all ages.”

Grab yourself an advance ticket to save on the gate price entry! Advance tickets are £25 (day specific) per adult or £26 (day specific) for one adult and one child. Family tickets for the Royal Bath & West Show are also available for £50 for 2 adults and 3 children (day specific). NEW for 2024, afternoon entry £15 per adult (entry between 4-5pm until close). Purchase Show Membership for just £65, giving you 3 day access to the Show, access to the Members Area and more perks to discover!

Visit to book your tickets today.

(Advance tickets available until 17th May 2024. Tickets on the Gate: £32 per adult, £7 per child.)

By supporting the Royal Bath & West Show, you are also helping to support the Royal Bath & West Charity. A charity committed to promoting agriculture and rural crafts by supporting award grants & scholarships and events such as the Field to Food Learning Day.

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