Tickets for next year’s Great Yorkshire Show will go on sale from Wednesday, November 1, organisers have announced.

Tickets for the 165th show, from Tuesday, July 9 to Friday, July 12, 2024, will be sold in advance only, with visitor numbers capped at 35,000 a day.

Membership of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, the body which organises the show and runs other events throughout the year, will be on sale from Wednesday, November 15.

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The Great Yorkshire Show has sold out a week before the event every year since tickets went to advance sales only in 2021.

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.

The Great Yorkshire Show 2024 will be the final one for current show director Charles Mills as he comes to the end of his tenure.

The Northern Farmer:

Charles said: “This will be a very special show for me personally as it will be my ninth and final show as show director.

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"Be sure, it will be full of entertainment, superb competition and the best animals in the UK coming together to celebrate farming, food and agriculture.”

The Northern Farmer:

Ticket prices for 2024: Adults £35, children £13 and families £86. Membership: Single £85 and joint £130.

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