We will be providing a subsidised shuttle bus service for campers on Saturday 23rd September. This will run continuously from the showground to Lincoln City Centre. Tickets are £2 each return (50p for children) and can be purchased from the Information Office. Coaches will start running from the showground at 9am and the last return will be 5pm from the city centre.
Nigel ‘boy’ Syer, Norfolk’s very own funny man and Olly Day, master of magic and mirth provide a great evenings entertainment. Their special guest this year is the lovely Lisa Marie…Lisa can switch between singing the beautiful ballads of Karen Carpenter as well as giving her full range to the show stopping songs of Cilla Black.
Josh Doyle - Shadows tribute
Jean Genie as David Bowie and The Beatles Experience
MJ Linedance Tuition, Mackenzie-Country Duo and Brotherhood
Les McKeown's Bay City Rollers, Slade and Badness
The evening will be compered by stand-up comedian Tank Sherman.
*Separate ticket is required. PLEASE NOTE THE SATURDAY HEADLINE ENTERTAINMENT TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT!
A Few Good Men
MJ Linedance Tuition and Gambler
SUNDAY EVENING - Main marquee
The Ultimate 1940's Variety Show
Evening entertainment is only open to those camping on-site for the weekend and is on a first come first served basis. All evening entertainment is included except for Saturday night main entertainment where a separate ticket is required. Parental guidance is advisable. The organisers reserve the right to vary or alter the entertainment line-up and due to environmental health regulations all entertainment must finish by 11pm.
Shadows tribute Josh Doyle will be performing Friday and Sunday
Kelly Louise will entertain on Saturday with songs from the musicals and the 60's
Bingo If you're feeling lucky, Bingo will take place in the food court marquee every day at 2.30pm.
The Lytham St. Annes Spitfire Ground Display Team will be in situated in the food court with a full size replica of the Mark IX Spitfire in classic D-Day markings. The team will be dressed in WW2 RAF uniforms and will be on hand to give detailed talks about the display