Royal Deeside Motor Show

Pets are welcomed to the Motor Show, so long as they are kept on a short lead, controlled and any dog mess is cleared at the time by its owners. Oh, and pop past the Organiser Tent with your pooch to say hello. We might even have some little treats for your fur baby :)

Where cash payment is the only option, exhibitors who are commercially trading shall be encouraged to use separate gloves for cash/goods. However, it is important to remember that sanitising cash exchanges is probably more effective than wearing gloves, due to the risk of bacterial exchange from gloves.

In addition, exhibitors will be advised to consider additional measures e.g. goods transfer station where produce/payment can be exchanged with minimum contact, and ‘cash transfer boxes’ to avoid cash being handed directly from a customer to an exhibitor.

No, sorry! However we have great ticket offers available:
  • Adult Day Pass (adults over 16 years of age)
  • Children Day Pass (between 8 and 16 years old)
  • Family Day Pass (2 adults and up to 2 children over 8 years old) 
  • Children under 8 go free!

Click here to BOOK!

Yes you need to purchase a ticket in advance of arriving, Link to Book!

Once booked you will be emailed a confirmation, which you should print off/have on your phone for scanning on arriving at the venue in order to recieve your wristband. Our tickets are as follows (including booking fee and VAT):

  • Adult Day Pass (adults over 16 years of age) - +£15.95
  • Children Day Pass (between 8 and 16 years old) - +£10.75
  • Family Day Pass (2 adults and up to 2 children over 8 years old) - +£46.15
  • Children under 8 go free and do not require a ticket!

Visitors to the Motor Show can consume food that they purchase at the event. Exhibitors reserve the right to limit or refuse any alcohol. Consumers must be made aware that any bottle sales need to be drunk at home and not opened on site. Any packaging should be disposed of in a responsible way.

Note also that food and drink exhibitors handing out samples will be doing this from behind the stall, to mitigate any potential COVID-transmission. 

No. Please direct any queries about Royal Deeside Motor Show directly to Etiom. We are the Event Organiser of Royal Deeside Motor Show. If your enquiry is urgent call 01224 507222 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Yes you can leave vehicles on site overnight as we will have a team of security staff present during the night, however we would not be taking any liability for any loss or damage.

Unless your trailer is to showcase then no, any trailers used to transport vehicles should be parked in the visitor car parking.

Yes, this is allowed. However, any Commercial Exhibitor can only do this in the International Street Food and Drink Zone, and be displaying a disclaimer notice where drinks and/or food is served informing consumers that hot stuffs can scald. Exhibitors will also be required to display their valid food hygiene certificate. Also, any spillages or breakages in the vicinity of their stall should be cleaned up immediately as they occur.

And Exhibitors must complete in advance a Hot Food Permit. Don't worry, we will keep you right :)

Any plans to take any petrol/diesel powered generators should be approved in writing by the Organisers in advance. If approval in advance is given, the following conditions will apply:-

  • If used, generator to be used in a safe outdoor position sited on a drip tray and/or elevated off the grass to ensure no scorching of the grass (any damage to grass would need to be backcharged);
  • Generator should be cordoned off from public;
  • Awareness of exhaust fumes from generator not falling into excavations, buildings or confined spaces when siting generator;
  • Signage used stating that there is electrical and fire hazards and that no smoking or naked flames are allowed;
  • Refuelling on site is strictly prohibited and should be carried out off site;
  • Generator to be serviced annually, visually inspected prior to use and have valid PAT certification;
  • Ideally generator would be cordoned off from public with physical barrier, whilst ensuring full ventilation.

Any Journalists, photographers, videographers, or production companies need to be pre-registered for media coverage by event organisers Etiom. Press or media passes will be issued at main entrance ticket office in exchange of formal identification / press ID card on authorisation of Event manager. This is at the discretion of Etiom.

Unfortunately you can't set up your gazebo on the Friday however on the Saturday you will have plenty time to do this. 

Absolutely not! We care for the environment, so please do not add to the pollution. This is obviously unsafe and discourteous to fellow exhibitors too, so if any instances of this is witnessed by our stewards, you will be asked to turn your engine off. If repeated, you may be asked to leave the event.

No, you can't.

Only Display Motor Vehicles can be parked besides stands otherwise any additional vehicles must be parked in the main car park. Display Motor Vehicles are paid by per metre. 

No, sorry. Commercial Exhibitors have to pay in advance for their spaces, to avoid cash and payment at the event. We want to avoid handling cash at the event, due to ongoing COVID restrictions. To book your space online, click on this LINK.

Children under 8 years old do not require a ticket.

To keep track of our numbers we will be clicking each individual into the event.

We continue to monitor the latest guidance, and if this is a requirement, we will be updating our website. If you have any doubts, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. :)

Visitors are requested to take a face mask or covering with them to the Motor Show. Visitors are encouraged to wear a face mask or covering during any queuing and also if entering an exhibitors area where this is enclosed on three sides. Other than this, face masks and/or coverings are not required in general outdoor areas so long as there is no overcrowding or congested areas. However, we always encourage face masks be worn as much as possible.