Tickets

Tickets for 2024 are now sold out

A fun family day out in Yorkshire!

Tickets for Springtime Live 2024 are now SOLD OUT and cannot be purchased on the gate.

This year there are staggered arrival times, therefore visitors need to choose an arrival time when booking tickets. Visitors are welcome to stay for the rest of the day, up until 4.30pm.

TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ON THE GATE.

Ticket Type Advance Price
Adult £12
Child (age 2 – 16)* £8
Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £36

*Child Aged 2 – 16. Under 2’s are free and do not require a ticket

There is a 50p administration fee for online ticket orders

Booking deadline for tickets: 5pm on Friday 22 March 2024 (subject to availability)

Strictly no dogs allowed – Dogs, except assistance, therapy or support dogs are not permitted on the Showground or in the car parks and should not be left in cars. Visitors with dogs will be refused entry.

There is no cash machine at this event, as most trade stand holders and caterers accept card payments. The nearest cash point can be found at Sainsburys at the entrance to the Showground.

Springtime Live is a charitable event, funded by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, proudly at the heart of Yorkshire’s farming, food and countryside; now and forever.

Ticket Type Advance Price
Adult £12
Child (age 2-16)* £8
Family Ticket 2 Adults & 2 Children £36

*Child Aged 2 – 16. Under 2’s are free and do not require a ticket

Booking deadline for tickets: 5pm on Friday 22 March 2024 (subject to availability)

Strictly no dogs allowed – Dogs, except assistance, therapy or support dogs are not permitted on the Showground or in the car parks and should not be left in cars. Visitors with dogs will be refused entry.

There is no cash machine at this event, as most trade stand holders and caterers accept card payments. The nearest cash point can be found at Sainsburys at the entrance to the Showground.

There is a 50p administration fee for online ticket orders.

Springtime Live is a charitable event, funded by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, proudly at the heart of Yorkshire’s farming, food and countryside; now and forever.