168th Islay Show Coming up

Thursday 14th of August will see the 168th Islay Show to be held at the show field in Bridgend. The show is organised by the Islay, Jura and Colonsay Agricultural Association. The Islay Show is probably the busiest event of the year and there is something to do for everyone. While the show is mainly about cattle, horses, sheep, dogs and ponies there is a lot of other entertainment and many more activities. It's a great day for the entire family with entertainment for all ages.

This year will see the above & beyond team, a caricature artist, a woodcarver, the Islay youth pipers, Ella Edgar’s Highland Dancers, Islay & Jura dog management team display, classic cars and tractors, shearing display, childrens games, heavy events and a pets corner together with a variety of trade stands, tea tent and beer tent. The official show dance will be held at Rhinns Hall in Portnahaven from 10pm to 1am featuring Trail West. Admission £8.

Admission for the Islay Show is £6 for Adults, Children and OAPs £3 or you can buy a family ticket for £15 allowing entry for two adults and up to three children.

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