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Three Counties Showground, Malvern, Worcs, WR13 6NW

18th - 20th AUGUST 2017

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Dolly & Kenny ShowGambler Duo

PLEASE NOTE - both the Bus Trip into Worcester and Saturday night's headline entertainment sold out before the show, make sure you book well in advance for 2017 to avoid missing out!

Bus Trips - Worcester and Great Malvern

The showground is overlooked by the breath taking Malvern Hills. To help you make the most of the scenic setting campers will be able to enjoy bus trips to the city of Worcester and local town of Malvern.

On Friday 18th August, ralliers can take a trip to the beautiful cathedral city of Worcester. This University City has a fascinating history of industry and a wealth of interesting architecture. It also boasts an unrivalled selection of high street names and independent boutiques. Tickets can be booked prior to the show costing £10 each return. The coach will depart at 10am and leave Worcester at 3pm.

The Malvern Hills are home to some of the most spectacular views in the Midlands and are a great place for walking, running, cycling or just enjoying the countryside. A shuttle bus service will be running all day on Saturday 19th August costing £2 each return.

Evening Entertainment - For show times please refer to your showguide on arrival.

THURSDAY EVENING
Severn Hall – Chris Dunn Band and Stubby

Avon Hall - Line Dancing with Jolly Stompers before Ridgeway Country Band and Texas Tornados.

FRIDAY EVENING
Severn Hall - Dusty Rhodes and Sweetwater Creek Duo

Avon Hall - Ian Highland Band, Best Dressed and Kalibre

Wye Hall – Line Dancing with the Jolly Stompers before Tony Crooks and Chris Mezza

SATURDAY EVENING
Severn Hall* - Dolly & Kenny Show, Steve Cherelle as John Denver

Avon Hall - Boxcar Kelly & The Railroaders and Streamline

Wye Hall - Linedancing with the Jolly Stompers before Natalie and Dave Inglis

*Separate ticket is required. These are now SOLD OUT - Sorry!

SUNDAY EVENING
Severn Hall - Gary Perkins & the Breeze, Miki Peters and Trilogy

Avon Hall – Line Dancing with the Jolly Stompers before Fools Gold and Gambler

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.

Daytime Entertainment- For show times please refer to your showguide on arrival.

Food Court Marquee

Friday- Andy Ash

Saturday - Steve Hanks

Sunday - Johnny Holland

Severn Hall

Sunday-10:00 to 11:00 - Hope Country Gospel

Lonestar Re-enactment Group

The Lonestar re-enactment group are an absolute must-see when visiting this show. The dedicated group provide authentic living history displays, educational workshops and live action performances based around 19th Century Western America. The group warmly welcome our show visitors to take a walk around the Lonestar town and encourage them to converse with members about the period and characters, all of which have been studied to give a fantastic experience.

Cowboy & Indian Group Lonestar Tea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 schedule

Friday

11.30

Native American Indian dance show

12.00

Trouble in El Paso Shootout

14.00

Native American Indian dance show

14.30

Open Range Shootout

Saturday

 

11.30

Native American Indian dance show

12.00

Miss Kate's Western School

12.30

Petticoat Justice Shootout

14.00

Native American Indian Dance show

14.30

Coffin Gun Preacher Shootout

Sunday

 

11.30

Native American Indian Dance Show

12.00

The Bounty Hunters Shootout

 

14.00

Miss Kate's Western School

14.30

The Comancheros Shootout

 

15.30

Western Fast Draw Competition


 

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