Lincolnshire Show 2020 goes online on Wednesday, June 24
For the first time ever the Lincolnshire Show has gone online.
After organisers decided to cancel the traditional show due to COVID-19 there was a surprise announcement at the end of May that it would, instead, be going online.
And there are just days to go until the event takes place on Wednesday, June 24.
Although it is in a completely different format than usual, people will be able to enjoy an action-packed virtual show, featuring exhibitors from the area, cookery demonstrations, educational and agricultural content, entertainment, virtual networking events and live yoga classes for both adults and children.
Tickets to enjoy the show online are free of charge and will give visitors exclusive access to the full line-up and timetable of events throughout the day.
More than 40 exhibitors have been confirmed, from cheese makers to hot tub suppliers, to gin distillers and arts and crafts businesses.
Visitors to the website can also explore six different zones including the Main Ring and Aviation, Education Zone, Lincolnshire Kitchen and Food Court, Trade Exhibitors, Agriculture Zone and Countryside and Heritage Area.
The online show will feature, too, videos and entertainment from Russian Cossacks, originally due to take centre stage in the Main Ring, performing military and trick riding skills on horses.
Videos from the RAF Falcons and BeVox: Virtual Choir will be shown as part of the Main Ring entertainment, as well as animal videos from the Sheep Show, Dog and Duck Show and Derek Tindall Birds of Prey, which will be shown as part of the Countryside and Heritage area.
Baby massage and children’s yoga company, Precious Moments Family Well-being, will be live streaming yoga classes, for both adults and children to practice stretching and breathing and to learn about the importance of relaxing and wellbeing from a young age.
To register for tickets go to the website at: www.lincolnshireshowonline.co.uk