The Show will celebrate its 120th anniversary when it opens the gates in March this year and is promising three days of rural traditions and unique experiences.
One of Australia’s largest regional annual events, this year’s show will feature over 100 high adrenaline, family amusements and live entertainment.
There’ll be interactive industry exhibits in the Exhibition Centre, BMX, camel and lawnmower races, centre ring entertainment featuring show jumping, woodchop, post splitting and all the traditional components of an Agricultural Show.
Organisers say they will also be a fireworks display on Friday and Saturday nights at 9 pm.
“With the announcement of the Supercars event postponement today, our local community will still have a huge amount of great entertainment over the weekend of 4, 5 and 6 March at The Show,” said recently appointed General Manager Emma Spencer.
“Our professional and experienced team of staff and volunteers, make up the strong backbone that will deliver this amazing event in such an uncertain time. It’s also especially important as we salute our frontline workers for their amazing efforts over the past two years”.
The Show organisers say they will be following Health Department advice and their COVID plan to comply with all NSW Health Dept guidelines to ensure attendees remain safe.
The Newcastle Show, powered by Greater Bank, hits the Showgrounds on March 4, 5 and 6. Tickets are on sale now. Visit newcastleshow.com.au for more information.