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Audience watching the Royal Highland Show event

All Royal Highland Show Tickets can be purchased on Ticketmaster: https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/artist/5324367

You will receive a confirmation email after payment, but will not receive your e-ticket until nearer to the event.

All tickets will be E-Tickets this year. There will not be an option to get tickets posted out to you.

When tickets are released to your Ticketmaster Account, (Customers will receive a notification email when this happens) you will be able to sign on and send tickets to email addresses, in the case you will not all arrive together.

Currently, customers are only able to purchase car parking and public transport tickets when purchasing any Single Admit ticket. Car Parking and public transport tickets will be going on sale as stand-alone events closer to the Royal Highland Show. Please keep an eye on our socials for the release date.

Customers will now need to purchase for a specific day of the Royal Highland Show and will only be permitted access on that day.

Adult Day Single Admit - £30 + Booking Fee
Disabled Day Single Admit - £30 + Booking Fee
Disabled Companion Single Admit – Free with purchase of Disabled Day Single Admit

There is no Concession Ticket.

For Group Bookings, please contact feedback@rhass.org.uk.

The Group Discount Scheme is shown below –

Group Number Discount
51 to 100 15%
101 + 20%

We offer a strict no refunds policy. However, in the scenario the Royal Highland Show had to cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will receive a full refund for the ticket price automatically from Ticketmaster. As per guidance around COVID-19.

If you experience ticketing issues, please contact Ticketmaster either via your Ticketmaster account, via WhatsApp on 0344 847 2019 (open Monday to Friday 10am - 5pm) or by filling out a form on the Ticketmaster site: https://help.ticketmaster.co.uk/hc/en-us/articles/360006346013-How-do-I-contact-customer-services-

Leaving and Re-Entering The Show
You are allowed to leave and re-enter the Show. Please inform the gate attendant and you will receive a hand stamp to allow you entry back inside the Showground.

There will be Car Parking and Public Transport tickets available to buy when you purchase any Single Admit ticket.
Car Parking Tickets (including Disabled Parking) cost £10 for single day parking, £15 for two day parking and £20 for four day parking.

Motorcycles and bicycles are not charged a fee. There will be bicycle racks at both East and West entrances – bring own bike lock.

There will be a supervised taxi rank outside the East Entrance.

Minibuses & Coaches are free to park and do not need to book.

There is NO dropping-off facility.

Please see Public Transport Plan – Public Transport Plan.pdf.

There will be a supervised taxi rank outside the East Entrance.

Our Safety Team are working closing with colleagues in Public Health to ensure that any measures put in place at the Show are robust and compliant with safety guidance at that time. Specifics on seating and standing at our Show Rings will be released closer to the event.

Disabled Entry to Showground

Disabled visitors pay the standard Single Admit ticket price but they can also purchase a Companion Ticket free of charge.

Disabled Car Parks

Charge for Disabled Parking is the same as standard Car Parking tickets. Blue Disabled Badges must be displayed on car windscreens during the approach to the Showground.
On approach to the Showground, follow signs for Disabled Car Parks. These are situated near the East and West Entrances and on hard standing.

Disabled Toilet Facilities

Disabled Toilet Facilities are available at most of the toilet facilities throughout the Showground.
There are two adult changing facilities in the Showground – a temporary facility supplied by PAMIS and a permanent ‘Changing Places’ disabled facility with hoist in the Highland Hall.
Please refer to the Royal Highland Show App for exact locations closer to the event.

Wheelchairs and Disabled Facilities

Advanced Mobility Hire provide electric scooter and manual wheelchair hire for the Showground.
Please refer to the Royal Highland Show App for more details closer to the event.

The Royal Highland Show will open:
Thursday 17th June 2021–Saturday 19th June 2021 – 07.00-20.00
Sunday 20th June 2021 – 07.00-18.00

More detailed schedules will be released closer to the event.

If you would like to become a Member of The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland, please click on the following link for more information:
https://rhass.org.uk/members/

One of the benefits of RHASS membership is free entry to the Show. We will be putting in an earlier deadline this year to take out or renew membership ahead of the Show and we will publicise that date on our website. Any memberships bought ahead of that deadline will include access to the Show. Because of the particular requirements for the 2021 Show, including having a robust track and trace protocol, members will need to register for their tickets this year and let us know on what days they plan to attend. We will be in touch with members about this nearer the time.

Members will be given the opportunity to confirm what days they want to attend closer to the event via a new online portal. Members will need to confirm their days prior to the deadline (yet to be set), otherwise they will not be able to attend. We do recognise that this will be difficult for some but we ask that Members only book the days that they believe they will attend, as every member ticket booked but not used is a ticket that we cannot sell to the showgoing public.
Because of the track and trace requirements we will need to ask Members to register for tickets for their children and we will let you know more about this as soon as possible.

Members will still be able to purchase friends and family tickets for access to the Show but we may need to limit the number purchased. We will let you know about this as soon as possible. Members, can of course still purchase early bird tickets.
On guest badges - Members’ safety and comfort is our priority and we are working hard on our access and capacity protocols for the members’ area. We hope to be able to offer guest badges and will let members know about this as soon as possible.

Wristbands and Tickets will be via the normal exhibitor application process. However, additional wristbands may be limited this year, more information to follow closer to the event.

Livestock entries will go live in late March as usual.
Whether animal entries are going to be limited has not been confirmed yet. Any changes will be communicated over the coming months dependent on Scottish Government guidelines.

The timetable of livestock and equestrian events at the Show is reviewed each year and is dependent on a number of differing factors. At this stage, we are looking to deliver as similar a programme as possible to previous years and any significant changes will be communicated in good time.

Results of showing classes are displayed outside the Livestock Office on the first floor of the Highland Hall, on the Show website and this year on the RHS App as available.

Cattle will be on show within our Show Rings throughout the 4 days of the event but due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are unable to publish Highland Hall access restriction times at this current moment.
Please refer to the Royal Highland Show App for exact timings closer to the event.

The trophy room is situated upstairs in the Highland Hall where trophies can be viewed and engraving takes place.

The application system for exhibitors will go live in January; keep an eye out for further information.
Exhibitors will be able to purchase tickets via the application process as normal once the exhibitor application system goes live in January.

The RHET Discovery Centre offers interactive sessions for children to participate in.
There are demonstrations at the Countryside Area and Forestry Arena, Livestock Parades and machinery trade stands we think children will love.

There are baby-changing facilities in most of the toilet facilities.
A baby care and feeding area is located at the Main Entrance to the Highland Hall, in the Scotland’s Larder Live cloakroom, in a portakabin situated next to the RHET Discovery Area and in the Members Area.

Cash machines will be located inside the Showground.
However, due to Covid-19 regulations, we encourage everyone to be as cashless as possible.
Please refer to the Royal Highland Show App for exact locations closer to the event.

There is no crèche facility at the Show.

If you really need to bring your dog, you must be aware that dogs are only permitted in the Showground on the understanding that:

a. They will be kept on a short lead and under control;
b. Owners will clean up after them;
c. With the exception of assistance-dogs, they are not permitted in areas densely populated by people, used for catering or in which animals are contained, including but not limited to, standing galleries, seating decks, grandstands, exhibition halls, marquees, tents or buildings.

The three main Information/Programme kiosks are sited:

  1. Beside the mini-roundabout by the East Food Court;
  2. Outside Scotland’s Larder Live on 13th Avenue;
  3. At the West end of the Main Ring by the horse crossing.

A Public Information Centre is co-located with International Visitors/Business Centre/Lost Property on 7th Avenue – South side of Main Ring.

A Showground Map is available in the Show Programme, Show Catalogue and on the RHS App.

Food and Drink is not permitted to be brought into the event.
However, we will have a large variety and number of catering and bar facilities on offer.

Smoking is not permitted in any enclosed building or space - including marquees.

Any complaints to be sent to feedback@rhass.org.uk