Royal Highland Show 2023: Early bird tickets on sale for Scotland's largest agricutural show

Event organisers encouraging visitors to act fast – as tickets are likely to sell out quickly

Tickets for the 2023 Royal Highland Show are now on sale at discounted early-bird prices – just in time for the festive giving season!

The Ingliston showground will come to life from 22-25 June 2023 with a celebration of Scotland’s best in food, farming and rural life.

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Over four jam-packed show days, visitors will be captivated by world-class livestock displays, shearing spectacles, equestrian competitions, impressive agri machinery, technical innovations and energetic rural demonstrations.

Tickets for the 2023 Royal Highland Show are now on sale at discounted early-bird prices. Photo: Ian Georgeson
Tickets for the 2023 Royal Highland Show are now on sale at discounted early-bird prices. Photo: Ian Georgeson
Tickets for the 2023 Royal Highland Show are now on sale at discounted early-bird prices. Photo: Ian Georgeson

There will also be live music to enjoy, and plentiful shopping opportunities – not to mention sampling the country’s finest food and drink.

The RHS will also be hosting the Golden Shears World Sheep Shearing & Woolhandling Championship, which will welcome competitors from over 30 countries around the globe.

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Showgoers must buy advance tickets for specific days (Thursday – Sunday) with event organisers encouraging visitors to act fast – as tickets are likely to sell out quickly.

Following sell-out days last year, event organisers have reviewed health and safety protocols and increased the capacity of each day from 50,000 to 53,000, allowing up to an extra 12,000 people to attend and enjoy the RHS.

The event also has a new ticketing partner for 2023, See Tickets, which will offer an enhanced customer experience and no additional booking fees.

Limited discounted early bird tickets are available now from the Royal Highland Show website.

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New for 2023 is the ‘Farming Flexi’ ticket, which allows entry on either Thursday or Friday, and is designed to suit the unpredictable calendar of those working in the rural and agricultural sectors. The Farming Flexi tickets will be of limited quantity, and are likely to sell out fast as rural communities take advantage of this flexible option.

As always, children aged 15 and under will go free with a paying adult*

Information on booking RHASS member tickets will be communicated in early 2023.

Jim Warnock, RHASS Chairman, said: “Fresh from a glorious 2022, the Royal Highland Show 2023 is shaping up to be a stellar showcase of Scotland’s best in food, farming and rural life.

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“With the added excitement of hosting the World Sheep Shearing & Wool Handling Championships, there is so much more to entertain showgoers.

“Even if you’ve never stepped foot in a farm, it’s an incredible day out – where else can you get up close to farmyard animals, taste the best of Scottish food and drink, see world-class equestrians, experience the thrill of the Main Ring parade, or climb aboard a giant tractor?

“With last year’s show selling out faster than any year in our 200 year history, we’re advising visitors to snap up tickets now so as not to miss out.”

Early Bird Ticket information:

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Adult day single admit: £30

Adult day single Flexi Farming ticket: £33

Accessible ticket: £30 plus one accompanying carer goes free

Children aged 15 and under will go free with a paying adult (*max 3 children per paying adult)

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Standard/Accessible Parking: £15 per day, two-day parking £20, four-day parking £25.

Tickets must be bought in advance from the Royal Highland Show website. Once Early Bird tickets have sold out, ticket price increases will apply.