There will also be craft marquees selling traditional country crafts as well rope making, wood carving, fencing, hurdle making and cider producers.
And to keep the hunger at bay, wholesome country tucker including fresh cooked bread, cakes and pastries, homemade sausages and pies and cheese and pickles will be on offer.
Managing Director Martin Oliver, son of event founder Michael Oliver, said: “We are all looking forward to another brilliant show.
"I am always surprised when I hear local people say they have never visited this world-class breathtaking event that’s right on their doorstep, especially when it plays such a huge part in the Dorset economy and in celebrating our history and heritage.
"There is no other event like this anywhere in the world and you won’t regret it."