APRIL 19th 2018

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Welcome to the AG Show

Welcome to the 2018 Bermuda Agricultural Show to take place at the Botanical Gardens from April 19 - 21, 2018. The Agricultural Exhibition as its name implies is an Agricultural event held for a three-day period in late April at the Botanical Gardens National Park, in Paget Parish. It currently consists of school exhibitions, floral shows, animal exhibits, and equestrian programs, all related to Bermuda’s agricultural heritage. Join us from April 19 - 21, 2018 at the Botanical Gardens in Paget and experience one of Bermuda's number one community events. Click the button below to purchase tickets. 

Tickets on Sale

"Through the Ages" - Lower Tent Entertainment

PlayList Management is delighted to provide live entertainment daily under the lower tent over the three days for the 2018 Exhibition. Entertainment will include school choirs, soloists, bands, dance schools, and much much more!  So come on down, bring your blankets and enjoy Bermudian talent at its finest under the lower tent as we celebrate music "Through the Ages!" Special thanks to our generous sponsor, The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited, for their sponsorship of the Entertainment Section this year!


2018 Agricultural Exhibition Concession Stand Charities

The SPCA is an advocate for animal welfare. We assist in cruelty to animal cases, and find new homes for unwanted animals. The SPCA is passionate about educating people, especially children, about the rights of all living creatures.  Our mission is threefold:


  • To provide effective, lawful means for the prevention of cruelty to animals
  • To promote the education of the general public on the care and wellbeing of all animals
  • To encourage and promote kindness to animals


The SPCA has an open-admission, quality care facility that accepts all animals regardless of their species, age, gender, temperament and medical condition. Animals enter the SPCA for a variety of reasons, including as strays, rescues and surrenders. Every animal is evaluated for health, temperament, and case managed individually to find their best adoptive home.


In addition to the adoption programme, the SPCA provides the following programmes:

  • Low cost de-sexing and microchipping of cats for the general public (CatSnip programme).
  • Educational programme to schools; Seminars for the general public
  • Investigation of cruelty cases
  • After hour emergency services for animals that have been injured and/or need emergency care
  • Lost and Found portal on our website (spca.bm) to allow the public to post all missing and found animals which feeds to our Facebook page enabling thousands to assist in returning them home