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Ballymoney Show

Ballymoney Showgrounds, North Road, Ballymoney, Antrim, BT53 6BW
Crowds in a marquee looking at floral arrangements on a table covered with a white tablecloth
  • Crowds in a marquee looking at floral arrangements on a table covered with a white tablecloth
  • Livestock judging with young people looking at the sheep in wooden pens and cattle trucks in the backgorund


Ballymoney Show is a local agricultural show providing 2 days of entertainment for the whole family. We aim to attract visitors, from both the local farming area, the local town and also visitors from the rest of the province, from southern Ireland and mainland GB.

Ballymoney Show is held in the local showgrounds, which are owned by the North Antrim Agricultural Association.

Ballymoney Show offers something for everyone, no matter what age you are, townspeople or country people, both outdoor and indoor – from livestock judging including cattle, sheep, goats, horse and pony judging to food tents with cookery demonstrations and celebrity chefs; from agricultural products, artisan foods to local crafts as well as entertainment in the form of music, football competitions and tug of war. Not to forget the bonny baby competition, home industries and schools exhibits and an exciting dog show.

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Opening Times

Season (2 June 2023 - 3 June 2023)
Friday15:00 - 22:00
Saturday09:00 - 16:00

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