Tattoo Jam promises ink-credible day out

Tattoo Jam at Doncaster Racecourse and Exhibition Centre. Twenty six year old Emma King from Intake displays her tattoos. Picture: Malcolm Billingham
Tattoo Jam at Doncaster Racecourse and Exhibition Centre. Twenty six year old Emma King from Intake displays her tattoos. Picture: Malcolm Billingham
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Tattoo Jam, the UK’s biggest tattoo festival, is making a return to Doncaster next month for its sixth year.

More than 300 tattoo artists from across the globe will descend on Doncaster Racecourse for the three-day bash between October 11 and 13.

Organisers are promising this year’s show will be bigger and better than ever before, with a string of acclaimed artists lining up to ink scores of tattoo enthusiasts over the course of the weekend.

Friday will be devoted specifically to those in the industry with seminars and workshops, while other attractions across the ink-credible event will include the Tattoo Masters’ Ball, trade stands, vendors and lots of live entertainment.

The event will also including artists who tattoo traditionally by hand, using basic instruments rather than a tattoo machine which is used by most contemporary tattooists.

Hundreds of private booths will be set up at Town Moor for tattoo fans to add to their collections with all kinds of designs and tastes catered for.

In previous years, thousands of enthusiasts have descended on Doncaster to add to impressive collections of body art and piercings, including full body coverings.

Visit www.tattoojam.com for information or to buy tickets