Posted: Mon 29th Jan 2024

Cut price tickets up for grabs as popular equestrian and lifestyle festival extended to meet demand

Business, in Wales.

EARLY birds can grab cut-price entry to one of the country’s most popular equestrian and lifestyle events.

Following last year’s spectacular Bolesworth International – which welcomed more than 17,000 people to the 6,000-acre castle estate – tickets are now on sale for this summer’s celebration, which runs from June 6-16.

Located in Tattenhall, near Wrexham and Chester, the packed programme’s all-star line-up will include some of the top names in international showjumping, as well as special VIP and celebrity guests, live music, family entertainment, dog-friendly activities, ringside hospitality and more.

There is also the opportunity to pitch up and stay a little longer by camping on-site, with availability from June 13-16.

Presented by the globally renowned Al Shira’aa stables, the festival will feature two weekends of elite sport for the first time, as well as epic attractions and favourites from past years.


Bolesworth’s Managing Director Nina Barbour said: “We want to build on the success of last summer, which was our biggest and best event yet.

“To do that we have extended the programme and included even more top-level international showjumping, more lifestyle and equestrian shopping brands, and there will be something for all the family to enjoy, including the funfair and other exciting activities.”


She added: “As always, the Bolesworth International is centred around elite showjumping and attracts the very best riders from all over the world, but there is added focus on providing visitors with an excellent, action-packed all-round experience.


“Several thousand early bird tickets have already sold, with prices beginning at just £5.60, so people should visit the website and get in touch as soon as possible to be a part of it – don’t miss out!”


Among the highlights will be the return of Ben Atkinson and his stunt horses, the Hybrid/EV driving zone, live performances from artists including Rick Parfitt Jr and the RPJ Band – with further names to be announced soon – the Champagne Enclosure, a new land and rural business day, Women in Business and Ladies Day, Bolesworth Elite Auction and much, much more.


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