Grand ring entertainment
Join us for an exhilarating programme daily from 10.30am to approximately 6.30pm with an opening ceremony featuring the Country Fair President (TBC) at noon each day.
Marvel at JCB’S ten tonne ballerinas where you'll see a team of mechanical monsters curtsy, pirouette and so much more.
The Household Cavalry Musical Ride
Combining an amazing display with complex drills that showcase skill, courage, precision and discipline of horse in full ceremonial regalia, The Household Cavalry are always a sight to behold.
The British Legion Extreme Human Flight Team
The Poppy Parachute Team are all serving or former members of the army, who expertly land in the arena with smoke trailing and flags flying.
The Global Stars aerobatics team fight gravity in a series of breath-taking aerobatic manoeuvres, on Friday a team display and on Saturday and Sunday solo displays
Children's march past
Always a favourite, the children at the Chatsworth Country Fair join one of our military bands for the traditional march past.
Featuring birds of prey from around the world, Charlotte Hill gives a fun and thrilling falconry display, sharing her knowledge of flying and training birds of prey.
Parade of vintage cars
Lovingly restored and polished, watch a parade of pre-1940s historic vehicles.
Massed pipe bands
An unforgettable performance and one of the largest gatherings of massed pipe bands.
Commercial vehicle parade
Vintage commercial vehicles from Albion to Morris and many more.
Watch teams of riders compete in a series of high-speed events.
British scurry and trials driving
See ponies and their drivers tackle an obstacle course which is made from cones, barriers, flags, arches and ramps all against the clock.
Allcomers' dog racing
Chaos ensues as up to 100 dogs and their owners race across the arena in pursuit of 'Woger the Wabbit' - come one, come all!
Come and meet the hounds from a local pack of dogs.
Hot air balloons
One of the largest ballooning events in the UK after Bristol, with demonstrations of how to inflate a balloon or two in the grand ring.
All activities, especially those in the air, are subject to suitable weather conditions.