Las Vegas Food & Beverage Industry Week to be held in March

The event underscores Las Vegas’ appeal as a premiere culinary destination.

Tradeshow organizers Emerald and Questex will join forces for Las Vegas Food & Beverage Industry Week, an inaugural event featuring four premiere food shows under one roof at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), from March 22 to March 24.

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Las Vegas Food & Beverage Industry Week will unite decision makers from all sectors of the $1.5 trillion food and beverage industry as it continues to recover.

SIAL America, Bar & Restaurant Expo (formerly known as Nightclub & Bar Show), Pizza Expo, and World Tea Conference + Expo will occur concurrently, uniting decision makers from all sectors of the $1.5 trillion food and beverage industry as it continues to recover.

The event underscores Las Vegas’ appeal as a premiere culinary destination and further demonstrates its designation as the number one trade show destination in North America for 26 consecutive years, according to the Trade Show News Network (TSNN), the world’s leading resource for the trade show, exhibition and event industry.

At Bar & Restaurant Expo, attendees will get ahead of the curve by learning about the latest trends and troubleshoot challenges facing their businesses. From single-unit to national chain operators and the industry’s largest hospitality groups, the show will deliver the latest in experience and innovation to move business.

Celebrating traditions and the future of tea, the World Tea Conference + Expo 20th anniversary celebration will provide access to leading suppliers and timely educational sessions. The event promises to deliver new features and enhancements.

Since in-person meetings and conventions returned to the destination in June 2021, the LVCC has hosted 58 trade shows and events with more than 800,000 attendees, showcasing confidence by trade show organizers that meetings can be held safely and efficiently.

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