LAS VEGAS (NWN) — The return of its week of a large automotive products trade show is expected to draw more than 100,000 people to the Las Vegas Convention Center, tourism and event officials said.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association show, commonly known as SEMA, opens on Tuesday, which was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. It runs until Thursday, followed by a public event on Fridays called “Sema Ignite” in the convention center parking area.
A collaborative event, the Automotive Aftermarket Product Expo, will be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center – part of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week.
SEMA represents a multi-billion dollar automotive aftermarket industry and has been held in Las Vegas since 1977, when it moved from the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
Electric vehicles will be on display this year, and convention attendees will be able to ride Tesla vehicles approximately 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) underground in the propeller of the people between convention center stops by Elon Musk’s The Boring Company. was created.
SEMA executive Tom Gattuso tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal This year the show has 51,000 registered buyers and can host 100,000 industry professionals.