More tickets on sale for The World Comes to Windsor
Organisers have announced that more general tickets for The World Comes to Windsor have gone on sale today (March 29th).
However, equine insurance customers will have to be quick to book their places as only an additional 200 tickets will be made available.
They will be costing £50 for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, while a Sunday pass will set people back £60.
The extravaganza will see 500 horses and 800 performers from 17 countries gather at Windsor Castle for a special event from May 10th to 13th in order to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
It will celebrate the 250 state and Commonwealth visits the Queen has made during her 60-year reign, which makes her the second-longest serving monarch in British history.
Tickets for the event initially went on sale in November but sold out within three days.
The Queen is set to attend on Sunday and coverage of it will be broadcast by ITV in June.