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The GO Diving Show is back for 2021, and is preparing an action-packed show, that will follow all government guidance still in place at the time.

We don't have a crystal ball and we can't say what is going to happen before the show, which is on its usual weekend dates of 19-21 February – the perfect launchpad to kick off the 2021 diving season. That is why we're giving you FREE cancellation on tickets up to 7 days before the show.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

The sport we're so passionate about is a little unstable at the moment and with that uncertainty, it's sometimes hard for exhibitors to make a clear decision. That is why we're asking, if you've enjoyed the GO Diving Show previously and the plan is to attend in 2021, we would ask you buy your tickets now, if you're in a position to.

This one small action by you will help us to prove early on that the UK diving community wants this show to happen, and it's the right choice for them to exhibit. Let people know you are attending.

All ticket revenue is securely held by Eventbrite, so you can be confident that if your plans change, and you can't attend the show, your refund is waiting.

TICKET PRICING

Tickets start from as little as £15 for all weekend, and including complimentary parking. For those coming in groups, we're offering weekend tickets for as little as £5 per person.

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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