Tractor World Show 2024 is at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6NW (follow brown signs from all major routes), on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th February 2024.
Show open Saturday: 9am-5pm, Sunday: 9am-3pm.
Advance online day ticket prices: adult £14 (£16 on the gate), weekend adult £20 (£25 on the gate). Weekend Camping (3 nights, admits 2 adults both days) £65 (£75 on the gate). Under 15s go free with accompanying adult, and dogs on leads welcome.
Downloadable entry forms, up-to-date exhibitor information, and discounted advance tickets at: www.tractorworldshow.co.uk or call 016974 51882. Auction entries at: www.hjpugh.co.uk or call 01531 631122. Trade enquires at: Rhiane Easton Tel 07501 228 882 or email Rhiane.Easton@kelsey.co.uk See regular show updates on website and ‘Tractor World Show’ on Facebook.
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Spring Tractor World Show Bigger, Better and Earlier for 2024
In great news for aficionados of farming, freight, and fine-tuned agricultural fun, winter is ending early this season, thanks to the arrival of an early-bird spring spectacular, showcasing everything tractor, truck and trading related.
One of the biggest and most popular shows in the calendar, the traditional season opener, the Tractor World Show returns to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern. This year a winter-warming month earlier, on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th February 2024.
Packing in interest and inspiration, the two-day extravaganza is celebrating its new date with even more exhibitors, trade stands, displays and more bargains than ever before. All included in the admission price, expect to see hundreds of vintage, veteran and classic tractors, vans, stationary engines, classic commercials, lorries, trucks, Land Rovers and vintage vehicles, historic farm machinery and agricultural heritage displays.
Open 9am-5pm Saturday and 9am-3pm Sunday, you’ll be spoiled for choice with a wide range of regional and national club stands and displays, trade stalls, model and toy retailers, tools and garage equipment, tyres, workwear, clothing, books and gifts. There’s also a wide range of horticultural and gardening equipment, including classic and modern ride-on mowers.
Proving that powerful fun also comes in small packages, organisers Kelsey Media are excited to introduce an expanded “miniature model” section – new for 2024. This feature exhibitors of model tractors and engines, plus specialist suppliers stocking everything the at-home modeller could desire. Also new this year, the trade area will boast a fantastic selection of new tractors and farm machinery from leading manufacturers.
Get the chamois busy and the air horn primed, as Sunday sees the return of the popular Classic Commercials Drive-In Day. Famous for its friendly, interactive approach, the whole show has acres of opportunities to get hands on, chat, swap tips, and bag sit-ons and selfies!
Buyers and sellers alike will welcome the perfect opportunity to trade machinery, parts and tools in readiness for the new season, at Saturday’s lively auction. Renowned agricultural auctioneers H J Pugh & Co will be presiding over an expected 1500 plus lots including over 100 tractors.
Filling all three large exhibition halls and outdoor areas at the well-connected, equipped and accessible Three Counties Showground, comfort is guaranteed, whatever the weather. There’s plenty of places to relax and recharge with two heated restaurants, coffee lounge, and numerous outdoor catering stands, plus cash machine for when unplanned temptation strikes!
Easy to find with brown signs from all major routes, enjoy ample free parking, disabled, coach and weekend camping facilities. With free admission for children under 15 and dogs on leads welcome in all areas, no one need miss out.
With Early Bird offers bagging canny visitors up to 20% off, go to www.tractorworldshow.co.uk for tickets, exhibitors, club and trade stands, auction entries, directions, news and updates. It’s the spring spectacular everyone’s ploughing a furrow towards!