Wednesday sees the launch of the 149th Balmoral Show, which looks set to be the biggest yet.
Northern Ireland's premier agricultural festival has been extended to a fourth day and the RUAS (Royal Ulster Agricultural Society) hope to welcome as many as 100,000 visitors
UTV will be there, with online coverage and daily updates on UTV Live . There will be a special programme on Tuesday 16 May.
Visitors to the show will be greeted by a smorgasbord of activities. Whether livestock judging's your thing or you'd rather watch a high-octane quad bike stunt show or a farrier shoeing a horse, there is a packed programme of events designed to entertain the whole family.
There will be over 700 trade stands with everything from arts and crafts to the latest hi-tech farm machinery.
For peckish patrons, there will be 40 catering stands and around 90 local producers promoting the best of Northern Ireland food and drink.
For more information, visit: http://www.balmoralshow.co.uk/