Black Isle Show 2020

Main show Thursday 6 August
Preview Evening Wednesday 5 August

The 2020 programme will be published in due course. Keep an eye out on social media and this page for updates.

The main ring attraction for 2020 is

Weighing in at 7.5 tons this awesome machine is built for one reason only – mass destruction! Big Pete is one of Europe’s largest Monster Trucks with a full size American truck body, and is now partnered by the Grim Reaper.

This is a chance to watch two real Monster Trucks at work jumping over cars and crushing cars and caravans. Jumping 15ft in the air is an impressive sight for any event, crushing anything in its path.

See two Monster Trucks working alongside each other doing a tug of war pulling a car or a caravan in two. Guaranteed to be a big favourite with the audience. Action packed performance with amusing and entertaining radio commentary by the driver throughout the display.

Future Dates

YearPreview EveningShow Day
2021August 4thAugust 5th
2022August 3rdAugust 4th
2023August 2ndAugust 3rd
2024July 31stAugust 1st
2025August 6thAugust 7th
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Coronavirus

NOTICE – issued 20 MARCH 2020

Black Isle Farmers’ Society is closely monitoring this evolving situation. 

We are exactly 20 weeks away from the 2020 Black Isle Show.

We are approaching this situation with a positive and proactive attitude, whilst remaining realistic. 

To this end we are going ahead with the job of organising the Black Isle Show, as many tasks need to be done timeously and in advance unless there is advice or rules not to.

We have contacted contractors to enquire if they can still supply their goods/service and specifically their terms of engagement relating to cancellation.

We are receiving trade stand applications daily and encourage those who haven’t already replied to do so by 31st March as usual.  If we have to cancel trade stand holders will be offered a refund or a credit for 2021 with the amount paid for this year fixed with no increase.

We will keep all concerned up to date as the situation develops.

“Hope for the best, prepare for the worst”

Rod Mackenzie
Secretary