THE Royal Three Counties Show is a celebration of the British countryside and welcomes around 90,000 visitors every year. 

Every year the event sees thousands of gardeners and nature enthusiasts gather at the showground each year, with floral displays, show gardens, celebrity guests and food and drink. 

The agricultural show will be running from Friday, June 17 to Sunday, June 19.  

How to get tickets

Users can purchase tickets on the log Royal Three Counties Show website. 

The event will be taking place from Friday, June 17 to Sunday, June 19 and tickets will be on sale for £18.85 for members and £21.85 for the public while under 16s will have free access with a ticket.  

What events are going on

The show will see a range of different events including a motorcycle display and carriage driving.

Main arena events

The main arena is at the heart of the Royal Three Counties Show with a mix of events including the bolddog lings motorcycle display team. 

Bolddog Lings Motorcycle display team

The Bolddog team travel the UK and Europe performing at County shows, carnivals and moto sports events. 

The act is based on the latest extreme sports action including freestyle motocross and motorcycle backflips. 

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The Red Devils 

Parachute Regiment Freefall Team (otherwise known as the Red Devils) jump out of aeroplanes at speeds of up to 120mph with spectacular canopy formations. The team have said that if the weather holds spectators will be able to see the 'famous swoop landings with trailing smoke'. 

Inter-hunt relay challenge 

If you're looking for a challenge then this event might be for you. Horse riders will compete in a race that consists of tricky obstacles. 

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Food and Drink Festival

The Food & Drink Theatre

The Food & Drink Theatre will be the centrepiece of the new Food Festival and will feature local chefs from the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.

Special guests will be on stage including producers from the Cider & Perry Festival, how to cook the ultimate burger with The Beefy Boys and Indian cookery with Suki Pantal from Jamie Oliver's Great Cookbook Challenge.

Cider and Perry Festival 

This event gives people the opportunity to try cider and meet talented makers from across the three counties. 

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Family Activities 

Families can enjoy several activities including watching the famous Stihl Chainsaw World Championships and children can learn about the army.

Ladies in Pigs will also be hosting a hands-on cookery workshop for children and Severn Trent is running demonstrations about water from their education truck.

More than 6,000 animals

Families will be able to see more than 6000 animals including pigs, rabbits, goats and alpacas and learn about bees and honey. 

Family Trail 

A new trail will be available to families and there will be endless photo opportunities along the brand new selfie trail. 

Special Guests 

Several celebrity guests will be attending the three-county show including Suki Pantal, Adam Henson, Kaleb Cooper, Mark Diacono and Reg Houle. 

Suki Pantal is a star chef who rose to fame after she appeared in Channel 4's Great Cookbook Challenge earlier this year and she is going to dispel myths that often surround Indian cooking. 

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Adam Henson is known as the BBC's Countryfile presenter and has put his farming knowledge to good use for radio and television. 

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Kaleb Cooper will attend the show on Friday and has raked up to 1 million Instagram followers by sharing his farming knowledge over the years. 

Mark Diacono has written and photographed 13 books and he has won Food Book of the Year twice. 

Rej Houle is a well-known gardening personality in Worcestershire. Over the years Mr Houle has received five garden radio broadcasting awards from the Garden Media Guild.

For the full list of activities head over to the three counties website.