Royal Norfolk Show announces new evening programme

    • Show hours extended until 10pm on Wednesday 27 June
    • Evening entertainment to include live music thanks to Jimmy’s Festival with compere and comedian Tim FitzHigham and Britain’s Got Talent stars Jack and Tim Goodacre
    • Adnams Food and Drink Experience open until late
    • Spire Solicitors Grand Ring Programme extended into the evening


This year we’re delighted to announce that we are extending our opening hours on Wednesday 27 June to offer a new night-time experience, to complement the already ever popular day time show.

Packed with an extended Spire Solicitors Grand Ring programme, live music and great food and drink, the Royal Norfolk Show will offer for the first-time ever an exciting programme of events, not just throughout the day, but throughout the evening.

A full programme of entertainment and events will now run until 10pm and will include evening performances from the Adrenaline Tour Quad Bike Stunt team and the RAF Falcons, plus an evening programme of live music in the new Woodland Arena thanks to Jimmy’s Festival in association with Woodforde’s Brewery.

If that’s not enough, food and drink will be available into the evening with the Adnams Food and Drink Experience staying open till late, along with a host of other eateries offering a variety of food and drink including hog roast, noodles, crepes, fresh fruit, Woodforde’s beer, Bullards Gin and much more.

Plus, the Royal Norfolk Show has introduced a Mid-Summer Evening ticket for those who can’t make it for the whole day. Available online now, the mid-summer evening ticket provides entry to the show after 4pm.  The evening ticket costs £10 for adults and £5 for concessions. Tickers are valid from 4pm-10pm on the Wednesday only.  Parking is free after 4pm.

“We’re absolutely delighted to offer a brand-new evening experience to go alongside the traditional show,” says Mark Nicholas, Show and Programmes Director.  “Over the last few years Showgoers have been asking us to extend the show into the evening, so this year, we’re doing just that! So, whether you’re coming just for the day, the night or both we will have a packed programme of entertainment to make this year’s show not to be missed!”

Here’s a full rundown of what to expect as the sun-sets!

Adnams Food & Drink Experience

100 stands at the largest food hall in Norfolk will be open until 8pm. This year there are even more Norfolk-based food and drink producers selling an amazing range of produce from Norfolk, so whether you’re after a unique tipple for yourself or a friend, in search for unique ingredients to make dinner extra special or simply to check out what’s new on the Norfolk food scene, the food hall is the place to be!

Spire Solicitors Grand Ring Entertainment

Bring the family and enjoy a spectacular programme of displays. The Wednesday evening programme runs as follows:

1730 Adrenaline Tour – watch in awe as the quad bike stunt team soar over 30ft high performing breath-taking aerial tricks! The Adrenaline Tour is accompanied by Clive Shaw Trucking who provide a show winning fleet of American Trucks.

1800 Scurry Driving – Fast and furious competitions in the Grand Ring.

1825 RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team – watch the RAF Falcons parachute display team jump from up to 12,000ft to perform a breath taking free fall display at speeds of up to 120mph.

1840 Norfolk Remembers – a truly unique commemoration event to mark the centenary of 1918, the year the First World War came to an end. The star attraction of the event is Deborah II the replica Mk IV Tank as seen on Channel 4’s documentary ‘Guy Martin’s WWI Tank.

1900 Adrenaline Tour

1930 Band of the Parachute Regiment and City of Norwich Pipe Band – a musical spectacular with the Army’s premier marching band and our own City of Norwich Pipe Band.

Jimmy’s Festival at the Woodland Arena

Enjoy an exciting line-up of local talent in our new Woodland Arena thanks to Jimmy’s Festival, Access to Music and Woodforde’s Brewery, to bring you a programme of amazing bands and live music.

Comedian Tim FitzHigham will compere the evening.  Tim’s famous for his feats such as paddling a paper boat down 160 miles of the River Thames, rowing a bathtub across the English Channel, and inflating the world’s largest man-inflated balloon!

The line-up:

1800 – Baden A
1830 – Heavenli & George
1900 – Olivia Watson
1925 – The Wannabes
2000 – Jack and Tim Goodacre – Britain’s Got Talent stars
2045 – Karolina
2105 – Lucy Grubb
2130 – The Big Sing Band

To purchase tickets for this year’s Royal Norfolk Show click here