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June 21, 2017 @ 9:00 am - June 22, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
21st and 22nd June 2017
The Lincolnshire Show is a true celebration of rural Lincolnshire, with an eclectic mix of breathtaking entertainment, food, shopping, music, horticulture and farm life – creating the perfect family day.
We’re busy planning another action packed line-up with something for everyone to enjoy for the 133rd Lincolnshire Show, on 21st and 22nd June 2017.
At one of the top county shows in the country, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a huge selection of entertainment to see. New exhibitors to meet and places to enjoy a bite to eat.
In the Main Ring, watch elegant showjumping. Hear performances from concert bands and marvel at breath-taking displays from Broke FMX. Enjoy the action in style with a glass of Pimms on the Member’s Lawn, or from the comfort of our hospitality marquee.
Explore the Food Court to pick up your favourite local treats, and sit down to learn from top local chefs in The Lincolnshire Kitchen. Head to the Horticultural Zone to see beautiful blooms, or to the Aviation Zone for a slice of Lincolnshire’s sky-high history.
Visit the Agricultural Lines to see machinery from past and present. Younger visitors can see, make and do in the Discovery Zone. Help to judge the Lincs FM Showstoppers competition in the Sports Zone, and round off your day with a shopping spree. Whatever you plan to do, we hope you have a wonderful time at the 2017 Lincolnshire Show!
The Lincolnshire Show is the county’s largest Agricultural Show and offers the perfect promotional opportunity for businesses and organisations alike.
Our two day midweek Show has an annual average public attendance of 60,000 people, with approximately 600 trade stands and 2,500 livestock and equine entries – a great platform for you to reach out to potential new customers.
The Lincolnshire Showgirls and Showboys are working hard to put together 2017’s exciting line-up. New events and attractions are being added weekly.
As always, highlights will include shopping, food, gardening exhibitions, fairground rides, music, farmyard animals, competitions, displays and countryside pursuits.