The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show is returning to the NEC Birmingham this February (22nd-27th), and demand is clearly high with over 95,000 tickets sold already.
To ensure attendance is spread throughout the week, the number of tickets that are available for each day have been capped. As it stands, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday have all sold out – however, there is still a limited number available for the rest of the week.
If you would like to attend the NEC show, tickets will need to be purchased online and in advance – you can book yours here.
The show will give visitors a chance to see the latest caravans, motorhomes and campervans, as well as awnings and accessories, with over 350 exhibitors spread across the five halls.
To cater to the growing appetite for campervans, there will be 50% more than in previous years too.
There will be a number of free activities to partake in, such as Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) and kayaking in an indoor pool. Guest speakers will also be in attendance throughout the show, including Julia Bradbury (who will be there Tuesday 22nd), Adam Woodyatt (Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd), Matt Baker (Thursday 24th), and more.
Impartial advice and free classes will also be on offer, including caravan towing courses and the chance to test drive campervans – these will be led by the Camping & Caravanning Club and the Caravan & Motorhome Club.
NCC Events Chairman, Anthony Trevelyan said: “We can’t wait to welcome those who love the freedom and adventure of caravan, camping, motorhome and holiday caravan holidays to the NEC in a few weeks time and extend a particularly warm welcome to those new to the touring lifestyle joining us for the first time. We encourage anyone looking to attend to book their tickets online now to avoid disappointment as we have been experiencing an unprecedented demand this year! We encourage families to visit mid-week where we still have availability”.
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We encourage anyone looking to attend to book their tickets online now to avoid disappointment as we have been experiencing an unprecedented demand this year