HD Expo Sets New August Show Dates Due to Coronavirus Restrictions

HD Expo & Conference has moved its dates back to August 2021. 

11/10/2020
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HD Expo has been moved back to August 2021 in light of coronavirus restrictions.
HD Expo has been moved back to August 2021 in light of coronavirus restrictions.

In light of continued concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, including travel restrictions both domestically and internationally, as well as the current government restrictions and limitations on large group gatherings, the Hospitality Design team has made the decision to postpone the annual HD Expo + Conference until August 2021. Originally scheduled to take place May 4-6, 2021, the new show dates are Tuesday, August 24, and Wednesday, August 25, 2021. The show will remain at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

After consulting key exhibitors and attendees, the decision to postpone to August was made to ensure maximum success and safety for all involved. We know the industry is eager to come together again, and we are excited to bring many of the new show floor experiences and programming planned for 2020 fully to life in 2021 to help our industry in an experiential, effective, and thoughtful event. 

Now in its 30th year, HD Expo + Conference attracts a global network of interior designers, architects, hoteliers, owners, operators, developers and purchasers. Attendees annually come together to see the launch of new products and resources, and to stay on top of industry news and trends through conference programming.

Please watch for more information in the coming weeks about the new show dates and what to expect via email, and also at hdexpo.com

Thank you for your continued support—we look forward to welcoming you to HD Expo + Conference 2021!

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