The War and Peace Show at the Hop Farm has been cancelled for the third year in a row, amid health and safety concerns.
Organisers explained they were not “able to meet the insurance and health and safety requirements for an open public event” due to “third-party logistical issues” and infrastructure supplies not being available.
A spokesman for the event said: “It's with regret we have to advise that third-party logistical issues and infrastructure supplies, which are currently unavailable, have resulted in the War and Peace Show not being able to meet the insurance and Health and Safety requirements for an open public event.
"While the government announcement in February all Covid testing [were] to be dropped enabled the War and Peace team six months to put together a show for 2022 with the wonderful response from all the elements that make up the show, it's with our deepest sadness [we have] to report this sad news.
“We look forward to a return of some sort of normality.
“See you all in 2023, best wishes - The War and Peace team.”
The show - which attracts thousands each year - had been due to return last year but was cancelled in March, with the coronavirus pandemic ending any hopes the show could be staged in 2020.
It is usually held at The Hop Farm, near Paddock Wood, and was meant to take place from July 26 until July 30 in 2022.
The show is a military and vintage festival, packed full of education and entertainment, bringing the Dunkirk Spirit to Kent.
It usually features military vehicles from tanks to planes plus living history re-enactments from the First World War to more recent conflicts.
There are also models, a fun fair, vintage market place and flypasts, plus music and live entertainment.