There is sure to be something for everyone at the 101st Murray Bridge Show this weekend.
Hosted by the Murray Bridge Agricultural and Horticultural Society, the show will be held over September 28 to 29 and has a huge line up of entertainment and activities on offer.
These include bubbles, stilt walking and karaoke with Mr Oopy, gardening expert Sophie Thompson from Sophie's Patch, Yalkin Spanish horses, and Rev It Up racing simulators.
Show-goers can also enjoy all the livestock on Saturday, the animal nursery and Golfing Golpher on Sunday and don't forget the 'Murray Express' train is available to ride.
Visitors will also have the chance to win a trip to Kangaroo Island, dance the night away with bands playing throughout the event, and watch the spectacular fireworks on Saturday night from 8.45pm.
Treasurer, Kylie Moloney, said this year there will be lots to see and do with the whole family.
"I love seeing all the different trades in the trade hall and the craft and art section in the pavilion. It amazes me what people create!" she said.
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Ms Moloney said the trade hall is booked out and a new show section, Agriculture School, has been added.
"Each school is entering their livestock as a whole and the best school will win a prize. We also have the return of woodwork this year," she said.
"We would also like to say a big thank you to all our sponsors as well for their amazing support!"
Gates will be open from 9am to 9pm on Saturday and 9am to 4pm on Sunday.
Admission fees are $10 for adults and $8 for concession and $5 for children. Family passes are available for $25.