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HMS Sultan Summer Show 2019

19 March 2019
Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motorcross Display Team will be wowing the crowds across the Father’s Day weekend with their amazing mid-air stunts at the HMS Sultan Summer Show 2019.

Taking place on Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 June, the Show will feature a Main Arena packed with live entertainment, a large-scale Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) area where the subjects come to life, a Steam Fayre and a kid’s zone crammed full of free activities.

In addition, for a very reasonable fee, visitors can ride on the Mayhem Monster Truck, race on mini quad bikes or visit the huge fun fair.

The event also plans to offer a food fayre offering a wide variety of fresh and interesting produce and a road of ‘street food’ with flavours from around the world. 

FREE PARKING and disabled facilities available.

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Community is at the heart of the HMS Sultan Summer Show and the event promises to provide every visitor with an affordable day of exceptional entertainment. What’s more, as a not for profit event, the Show also ploughs back much needed funds into Service and Local Charities and organisations.

Gates will open at 10am both days, with tickets available at £25 family (2 Adults & 2 Children*), Adult £10, OAP/Disabled £6, Child £5 (5-14) with under 5s free.

Discounted advance tickets* will be available for purchase both online and from local vendors from the end of April and up until Thursday 13 June at £20 family (2 Adults & 2 Children*), Adult £8, OAP/Disabled £5, Child £4 (5-14) with under 5s free.

FREE PARKING and disabled facilities available.

For further event details and information on how you can save on advance tickets please visit: www.royalnavy.mod.uk/sultan-show

*Advance tickets are non-refundable.

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