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Tickets on sale for HMS Sultan Summer Show 2019

We are pleased to announce that tickets are now available for the HMS Sultan Summer Show 2019. Book now.

Headline Act, Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motocross Display Team will be wowing the crowds with their amazing mid-air stunts across the Father’s Day weekend, 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.

Free Parking and disabled facilities available.

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. 

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* are available now for purchase online from, and from local vendors, including Tesco Superstore Gosport, Tourist Information, Queen’s Parade News and the Armed Forces Charity Shop up until Thursday 13 June. Advance prices are £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:

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