Action-packed weekend

SIDESHOW FUN: Sideshow alley always proves a hit with kids. Hugh Thompson, of Jamestown, accepted his prize on the novelty clowns at last year's Show.
SIDESHOW FUN: Sideshow alley always proves a hit with kids. Hugh Thompson, of Jamestown, accepted his prize on the novelty clowns at last year's Show.

Get set for two days of exceptional entertainment at the 2019 Jamestown Show on Sunday, October 6 and Monday, October 7.

Gates open at 2pm Sunday, with tickets highly affordable at just $12 per adult (for admission both days).

Leaving the Dust Behind is what it is all about on Sunday, so come together with family and friends to share in the high energy entertainment offering.

Test your skills and strength in the sheaf tossing and boot tossing competitions, or for under 18s, show off your farm skill know-how in the Young Farmers' Challenge.

Be impressed by the fastest shearers in SA as they battle it out for the first Speed Shear title in the brand new Heiniger Shearer Training Centre.

Enjoy country music from John Murphy in the afternoon and then be prepared for Sam Kekovich to have you in stitches during his comedy act at The Roundhouse.

Settle in, enjoy a range of food and refreshments and watch the skies lit up with fireworks.

Then get set for an energising Celtic rock concert from The Borderers.

They're travelling the world on a 25 year celebration tour and their performance is guaranteed to lift everyone's spirits.

The brand new Heiniger Shearer Training Centre will be in full swing again on Monday for Sports Shear events and the official opening.

Jamestown Show's 2019 theme 'Paddock To Plate' has been so popular it has its own pavilion.

This is where you can learn the ins and outs of food and fibre, or take a masterclasses in charcoal cooking and waste-not cooking and see the Paddock to Plate Photo Comp winning entries, and much more.

Check out Children's Entertainment Pavillion where performances include Scott Stunz Magician and Chloe the talented impersonator of Emma Wiggle and Elsa from Frozen.

You can wander around the showgrounds to take in a vast array of animals, birds, produce, art and craft, all lovingly prepared for the Jamestown Show.Australian Wool Innovation fashion parades will feature local models and will be hosted by Catriona Rowntree.

On Monday afternoon at 2pm, take a seat in the Big Shed for the Ag Q & A, where the tough issues affecting our farmers, small businesses and communities will be in the spotlight.

Jamestown Show has something for everyone.

More details

For program details and more, head to Jamestownshow.com.au