Friday 4th September 2015
9am – 5pm
(no official airshow / re-enacment battle on this day)
Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th September 2015
9am – 5pm
Sat 5th & Sun 6th Sept 2015
|Children (under 16yrs)
|Infants (up to 2yrs)
(2 adults & up to
World War II Veterans (Passes will need to
STRICTLY NO CARD PAYMENT!
Last chance to purchase VIP tickets 29th August 2015.
School Day &
Special Advance Ticket Price
Adults: £15.00 per person | Children: (under 16 years) £5.00 per child
Purchase your tickets by 30th June 2015.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE.
About The Victory Show
2015 will be the 10th Anniversary of The Victory Show, which offers a formidable tribute to World War II. The Victory Show will run for 3 days from Friday 4th – Sunday 6th September 2015. Held over a 100 acre site, the Show provides Historical Societies and re-enactments through various forces from several era's and theatres during the period of 1939-45. From Airmen to Infantry, the Victory Show opens a window in time to the fabulous 1940's.
Open All Day Friday (Schools Educational Day), Saturday & Sunday, The Victory Show has something for everyone from re-enactment camps, miniature steam train rides, 1940’s vehicles, and model remote controlled aircraft. There will be over 60 stalls in the large trader’s area.Static WWII Aircraft, Tank Rides and 1940’s working and static Farming Machinery. There will be a huge Army Encampment and 50+ Re-enactment Groups, 200+ Vehicles including Heavy Armour, Tanks and many more, Hinckley Model Boat Club and Paul Harper playing throughout the day in the Marquee.The 1940’s themed Dinner Dance for 700 + guests is always popular on the Saturday night plus many more attractions all over the Cosby Victory Show Site including various food & drink outlets.
All aircraft displays are subject to availability/weather/serviceability. Aircraft Display Timings will be published nearer the time
Click here for details of Aircraft we are expecting to attend.
Step back over 60 years in time with a host of high quality re-enactment & historical societies showing the lives of the participants of the conflict in foreign theatres and the home front. With the largest collection of period military vehicles in the Midlands you can really absorb the spirit of the 40's.