In another change for this year, all tickets, including car parking, must be booked in advance. There will be no tickets available on the gate. As always, kids aged 15 and under go free when accompanied by a paying adult (free tickets must also be booked in advance).
For those who can’t visit the show in person it will livestreamed across the globe. In what has been described as a ‘game changer’ organisers received £200,000 from the Scottish Government to drive this ground-breaking initiative.
The free-to-view RHS TV will see a dynamic mix of live and pre-recorded content broadcast throughout the four days, featuring the perfect balance of livestock judging, equestrian classes, culture, interviews, food and drink plus of course, the grand parade.