Tickets for the equestrian extravaganza “The World Comes To Windsor” sold out within a week.
The event will run May next year marking The Queen’s diamond jubilee.
Organisers told H&H there is still a limited amount available with group operators and in the £175 hospitality seats.
However they added they are “looking at options” to release more “if at all possible”.
Currently there is little chance of seeing the live shows and many have been left disappointed.
The display, starring 500 horses and 800 performers from 17 countries, will take place at Windsor Castle next May.
For more information visit: www.diamond-jubilee-pageant.com
This news story was first published in the current issue of H&H (24 November 2011)