National Farm Machinery Show accepting new exhibitor applications

By Chad Elmore29 April 2021

Indoor farm equipment event to return to Louisville in 2022.

The National Farm Machinery Show will begin accepting online applications for new exhibitors Friday, April 30 at 9 a.m EST. Applicants will be added to the exhibitor waitlist and be informed if potential space is available.

Exhibitors that participated in the 2020 National Farm Machinery Show have their space automatically reserved for the 2022 show. Information regarding contract renewals, attendee registration and media credentials will be announced in late-May.

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“This past year has been challenging as well as a learning experience for the entire agriculture industry and we look forward to bringing together everyone including farmers and equipment manufactures for the most complete show to date.” said President and CEO of Kentucky Venues David S. Beck. Kentucky Venues manages and operates the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., as well as the National Farm Machinery Show.

The show is typically held annually at the Kentucky Exposition Center and is reportedly the largest indoor farm show in the country featuring 1.2 million sq.ft. of exhibit space. The show has long been a key player in the agriculture industry, featuring a comprehensive display of equipment, services and technology.

Additionally, the Championship Tractor Pull will return to Freedom Hall. Held in conjunction with the National Farm Machinery Show, the Championship Tractor Pull attracts participants and viewers from around the world for a four-day event. Driver application and ticket information will be available in the fall.

The new exhibitor application form will be posted at farmmachineryshow.org/waitlist-application.

The National Farm Machinery Show is expected to take place Feb. 16-19, 2022 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

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