Ingeli Country Show 2019

June 19, 2019

The annual Ingeli Country Show, hosted by the greater Harding Community, will be held at the Harding Country Club on 27-28 July 2019. The show includes a wide range of exhibitors, food stalls, craft beer, local crafters, agricultural equipment, giant slide for children, arena events and Saturday evening entertainment.

Saturday evening entertainment features the Smith Family Trio from Kokstad. Tickets are available at the show venue or can be pre-booked.

Saturday will be packed with a variety of arena events that run throughout the day, including the chainsaw and logger competitions. Exhibitors will be showing off their products and services, most of them linked to forestry and agriculture.

Sunday’s events include the Miss Ingeli Pagent and the Ingeli MTB Classic, an exciting new addition to the show. More info on the MTB event can be found on the ROAG website.

Camping for the weekend is available at R50pp, and includes clean ablutions and security. Booking is essential.

For more info about exhibiting at the Ingeli Country Show, contact Sean Gallagher, email

Or find us on facebook: Ingeli Country Show in Harding.

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