Royal Three Counties Show

14th June – 16th June

Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire.
Tickets: 0844 811 0050 (calls cost 7ppm plus network extras)
or: https://www.royalthreecounties.co.uk/buy-tickets/

We are located on Avenue D corner of Row 5 between the South and North gate.

No Dogs allowed only assistance dogs

Royal Three Counties Show

The Heart of England’s premiere celebration of the countryside and rural life

Come with family and friends to Royal Three Counties Show – a great summer’s day out.

Lots of activities for all the family ensure that there is never a dull moment. Try your hand at different sports and step back in time in the Medieval Village, or get up close with the friendly animals in the Fur, Feather and Farm area. In our theatre, show ambassador Adam Henson delivers fascinating talks and insights and over in the Main Arena nonstop entertainment culminates in the Grand Parade of Livestock.

The finest showcase of farming, equine, food and the great outdoors comes together at Three Counties Showground, Malvern (just 10 miles from the M5/M50), every summer. Make sure you’re part of it.

Spectacular Arena Entertainment

Take a look at what action packed fun we had in the Main Arena in 2017.

Freestyle Motocross Stunt Display

You won’t be able to take your eyes off the Bolddog Lings freestyle motocross team, the UK’s number one motorcycle display team. With moves best left to the experts, the team will perform a variety of death-defying stunts and high-octane jumps to thrill spectators young and old.

The Red Devils

Jumping out of an aeroplane isn’t everybody’s cup of tea, but anyone can enjoy the courageous and skillful display put on by the Parachute Regiment Freefall Team, The Red Devils. Free falling at speeds of up to 120mph, with spectacular canopy formations, you’re sure to be wowed by what the team can do. And if the weather holds, you’ll also see the famous swoop landings with trailing smoke –not to be missed.

One Man and His Dog

English Champion and three times national champion Dick Roper, shows the incredible connection between a shepherd and his dog in the sheep herding demonstration on Sunday.

Grand Parade of Livestock

Each day of the show sees a parade of all breeds of animals take to the Main Arena. This is a chance to get a good look at some of the finest livestock in the country. Sunday is a highlight, when rare and minority breeds join the parade. And don’t worry if you’re a livestock novice – commentators will guide you through each of the breeds on display.

Inter-Hunt Relay Challenge (Sunday)

Hunt teams go head-to-head in this knock-out competition that tests the courage and skill of horse and rider alike. A tricky course of gates, jumps, and hedges awaits the teams who will battle it out for the top spot. If you appreciate enthralling contests, then this event is for you.

Royal Three Counties Map

Show Jumping

If you love to watch horses performing at a high level, you’ll love watching the six bar challenge on Saturday.  Competitors jump six fences set in a straight line with an increasing level of difficulty – each fence is higher than the one before it. After every round in which a competitor goes clean, the six fences are raised for each subsequent round until there’s a winner. Gripping stuff.

Stakes are raised as competitors take their turn to jump two fences in the Two Fence Challenge on Friday.  As the jumps are cleared the bars are raised.

Heavy Horse Competitions

Rarely will you see so many enormous gently giants in one place.  Marvel as they compete in ridden, team turnouts and agricultural competitions.

Carriage Driving

Faced passed slaloms are the name of the game in the Double Harness Scurry Driving on Friday and Saturday. While Sunday is a little more laid back with the elegant Private Driving using 19th Century carriages.

Hot Air Balloons

At the end of each day, providing the weather behaves, hot air balloons will take to the sky from the festival grounds. A fitting end to a fun-filled day.