Exhibiting at Las Vegas Convention Center


We continue our blogs about US Convention Centers this week with one of the largest, the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC).

Located just off the Las Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas Convention Center is easily accessible by car, taxi or monorail.  There are (3) Main Exhibition halls: North, Central and South Hall as well as a myriad of meeting rooms of various sizes. Some of the largest conventions in the US are held at the LVCC such as CES, SEMA, Infocomm, MAGIC Marketplace, NACS, CONEXPO, ICSC and a host of smaller shows.

Things to know about exhibiting in the Las Vegas Convention Center

  • The LVCC is a union exhibit hall for all services including electrical, AV, I&D Labor, Catering, Rigging and other services

  • Main power drops for most exhibits is from the ceiling

  • Typical maximum hanging sign height is 25’ from floor to the top of the signs. (Check with your association for exact regulations)

  • There are two floors of exhibition space in the LVCC South Hall

  • Most shows store the empty crates outside during show days

  • Cox Business Advanced Convention Services is the sole provider of telephone, internet, wireless and data network services for the Las Vegas Convention Center

  • Generally, the LVCC gets very hot during setup and dismantle during the summer months as there is limited or no air conditioning. Be sure to hydrate well when working here!

  • FedEx Office Business Center on site

  • American Express Business Center on site

Helpful links for more information about the Las Vegas Convention Center:



The Las Vegas Convention Center is a very easy convention center to exhibit in. The in-house services are excellent and overall layout of the facility is easy to navigate.

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