THE Royal Welsh Show is less than a month away, and organisers are reminding people that they can order their tickets in advance.

The agricultural extravaganza returns to the Llanelwedd showground at Builth Wells following a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19, taking place from Monday, July 18, to Thursday, July 21.

All tickets this year will need to be purchased before the event via the website and will not be available at the gate.

The annual event is an action-packed four-day festival compiling the best of Welsh farming and agriculture, including exciting competitions, livestock, forestry, horticulture, crafts, countryside sports, shopping, food and drink – with each day providing a 12-hour programme of non-stop entertainment.

Along with the fantastic livestock, the Royal Welsh Show provides something to interest everyone through its wide range of activities and attractions.

Highlights in the Main Ring this year will include the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery performing a musical drive – one of the most spectacular displays of horsemanship in the world – and the Regimental Band of the Royal Welsh, one of the very few all-brass bands within British Army music.

Black Mountains Falconry will return with an impressive display of birds of prey, along with Meirion Owen and the Quack Pack, who are, once again, set to entertain the audience with a comical sheepdog and duck display.

Performing for the first time at the Royal Welsh Show are the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team, the UK’s premier military parachute display team, with an exciting free-fall display at speeds up to 120mph, and Paul Hannam, a quad bike stuntman from Devon with his thrilling and popular quad bike stunt show.

But that's not all. The Food Hall will be a hive of culinary activity, showcasing the best food and drink produce that Wales and the border counties have to offer.

Tickets are selling fast so please remember to buy yours in advance as you will not be able to purchase your entry tickets at the gate.

Visit the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society website now to make sure you ensure a smooth entry into the showground stress free; visit

Day tickets are priced at £32, with children at £5.