Twice a year, thousands of retailers and designers come to Las Vegas Market -- the most comprehensive market in the western U.S-- to see the latest introductions from more than 4,000 furniture, gift and home decor lines!
Q: Do I have to be a trade professional to attend Las Vegas Market?
A: Yes. Las Vegas Market is only open to members of the trade including but not limited to retailers, buyers, interior designers, architects, specifiers, purchasing companies, etc. Consumers however can access Las Vegas Design Center in between markets, which is located on the first two floors of Building A and is open 10am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Visit www.lvdesigncenter.com for more information.
Q: What will I see at Las Vegas Market?
A: Las Vegas Market gives you easy access to 5+ million square feet of showrooms and temporary exhibits, featuring the latest furniture, home décor and gift products from 4,000+ exhibitors and lines. Other services and events available during market include seminars, networking events, business lounges, dining areas & more.
For an up-to-date listing of exhibitors that will allow you to customize your Market experience, please visit our Exhibitor Directory.
Q: How do I register?
A: Please visit the Registration page to begin.
NOTE: Registration is open only to members of the home furnishings, gift and design trades. Proof of trade status is required at the time of registration (i.e. copy of industry-related business license, industry business card/I.D., copies of past purchase orders/invoices from exhibitors, etc.). Registration requests will be pended until appropriate documentation is received. All on-site registrants should bring proof of trade status with them.
Q: Any fees to attend?
A: There is no registration fee for Las Vegas Market.
Q: Where should I stay?
A: Las Vegas Market offers a range of world-class hotel options at various locations throughout Las Vegas, from luxury to moderate! Visit the Hotels page for details and to reserve your room.
Q: Once I arrive in Las Vegas, how do I get around?
A: Las Vegas is a very cab-friendly city, and ride share is also available. Some hotels also offer shuttle service between the airport and their properties. Be sure to check with your hotel concierge prior to arrival. Average taxi fares are $30 from McCarran to the Strip, $35 from McCarran to Downtown, and $25 from the Strip to Downtown.
We provide complimentary shuttle service between select hotels and the World Market Center campus every day of Market. Shuttles run daily during Market week. For a full schedule and route information, please click here.
Click here for directions and a map to Las Vegas Market.
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Q: How do I get from the airport to World Market Center Las Vegas?
A: While Las Vegas Market operates shuttle service from its campus back to the airport, due to local regulations we are unable to operate service from the airport to Market. Therefore, we recommend our arriving customers utilize taxis to if planning to go directly to World Market Center Las Vegas from the airport.
Q: I’m driving to Market. Where do I park?
A: We have limited on-site parking available, which fills early on Market days, and therefore we recommend using our complimentary shuttle service from select host hotels. Self-parking is complimentary; Valet parking is $20.
Q: Where can I find information on becoming an exhibitor?
A: Please visit our Leasing & Exhibitors section.
Q: What about on-site amenities?
A: Las Vegas Market is known for its convenient accommodations for its guests at any event. On campus you will find many amenities, including free wireless Internet access, business centers, concierge service, wheelchair and scooter rentals, translation services, ATMs, many dining options and more.
Please visit our On-Site Amenities page for additional information.
Q: Any rules I need to know about?
A: Important show rules include:
Q: Where can I eat at Las Vegas Market?
A: There are many dining options on campus, from sit-down bistros to grab-and-go to food trucks.
Visit our On-Site Amenities page for more information.