Thousands of people attend the Scottsdale Super Expo where they find several shows in one: Baby Boomer Expo, BIG Green Expo, Home and Garden Expo, Shape Up US Expo, and the Women’s Expo.
Note: We have several home and garden shows in metro Phoenix throughout the year, and their names can be confusing. This show used to be called the Arizona Home & Building Expo, which has now been expanded into several expos with different names.
How do I get tickets and how much are they?
Admission is $10 per person, kids under 12 are admitted free.
Hundreds of vendors will feature their products and services. Learn about the newest and most eco-friendly products and services. You'll find the latest in exercise and workout equipment, ravel, fashion, beauty and more.There will be stage performances, pet adoptions, a car show and prize giveaways.
The most fun and entertaining place to be - especially for the kids - is the Family Zone. Shape Up US and Everything Kids Fest will be there with a petting zoo, pony rides, hot air balloons, music, live entertainment, bounce houses, activities and a train (Sunday only).
What if I have more questions about the Scottsdale Super Expo?
For more information, contact them directly at 602-277-6045 or visit Scottsdale Super Expo online.
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