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Crick Boat Show

Crick Boat Show

Date: June 3rd - June 5th

Advance tickets are now on sale for the 2022 Crick Boat Show, saving up to 15 per cent on the entry price. The event, which takes place at Crick Marina and will be held across the Bank Holiday Weekend celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (3-5 June 2022), with an extra Trade & Preview Day on Thursday 2 June.

Britain’s biggest inland waterways event, Crick Boat Show is organised by Waterways World in association with the Canal & River Trust and Crick Marina, and is expected to attract over 26,000 visitors.

As well as being the canal world’s biggest marketplace, showcasing the inland waterways industry with nearly 300 exhibitors, Crick Boat Show offers a fantastic day out with dozens of boats to view, free boat trips, free advice seminars on boat ownership, live music, children’s activities, a real ale marquee, and a large variety of food and drink stalls.

For Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June, adult tickets are £18.00 on the gate, £15.30 if purchased in advance.  Entry for children aged 16 and under is free on Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June.  Three-day adult tickets are £40.00 on the gate, £34.00 in advance. 

Tickets for the Trade & Preview Day on Thursday 2 June are only available in advance (from February 2022) and are priced at £25.00 each.  Preview Day visitors will have access to an exclusive online bookings system for boat viewings on Thursday 2 June.  The bookings system will open in early May 2022.  Preview Day visitors will also receive a gift bag and a free hot drink.

All advance tickets will be sent out in May and delivery is free of charge.  Advance tickets can be ordered online or by phone until 12 noon.

Camping pitch prices start at £45.00 for one night for a 6m x 6m pitch for a tent and car.  Mooring costs start at £1.50 per foot.

For more information and to book tickets, camping pitches and moorings, visit www.crickboatshow.com or call 01283 742970, Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm.

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