OUTDOOR SHOWS COVID-19 UPDATE
After a positive meeting with the local event licensing team to discuss our forthcoming event planning, we are proceeding with a two-stage approach:
We are initially launching our scheduled 2021 shows to meet the requirements of Step 3 of the Covid-19 Roadmap set out by the Government due to take place no earlier than 17th May. Therefore, the sale of admission tickets and camping plots will be limited to meet this stage. The Yorkshire Modified Car Show is expected to operate under Step 3 restrictions so will be limited to 4,000 people and social distancing requirements will also be in place. As a result, we recommend you book early should you wish to attend.
Regarding our remaining events, scheduled to take place from July onwards, they will Initially operate as above with the restricted sale of admission tickets and camping plots. We will also be sending out entry forms to a limited number of exhibitors to allow us to meet the requirements of Step 3.
Additional tickets (including tickets on the day), camping plots and an increased number of exhibitor places will only be made available when we receive Government guidance in relation to Step 4, which is scheduled to take place no earlier than 21st June.
The feedback we have received gives us the belief that Step 4 of the Government Roadmap will take place but until we receive the official guidance, we feel it is sensible for us to initially operate under Stage 1 of our plan to meet the Government’s Step 3 legislation.
Covid-19 Booking Guarantee
Our online booking platform is operated by global ticketing company Eventbrite. All sales money is held by Eventbrite in their ticket sales account; Outdoor Shows Ltd does not receive this until after each event has taken place. Therefore, if the event is cancelled due to Covid-19 sales money will be refunded directly from Eventbrite’s ticket sales account.
We would ask all visiting members of the public, exhibitors and traders to check this page regularly for statements. We will be making statements on this page and on our Facebook page as we receive updated government guidance.