January 23 – 27, 2019
Wednesday: 12noon – 8pm
Thursday: 12noon – 8pm
Friday: 12noon – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Box office closes 1 hour prior to show closing.
Washington State Fair Events Center Puyallup, Washington
Parking is FREE throughout the entire event. Thousands of spots are available at both of the entrances to the show.
No matter your schedule or budget—we got you covered. Ticket prices that will work for you and your family.
Avoid the long lines and buy your All-Day Tickets, Kids, and 2-Day Passes online.
$15 / All-Day Ticket
Good all day, any day of the show.
$7.50 / Half-Day Ticket
(4:00 pm – Closing) (Wednesday – Saturday only, not available on Sunday. Not combinable with any other discount or promotion)
2 for 1 Military Ticket
($15 / 2 for 1 Military ticket , good all-day, every day, valid with proof of any military ID – active, retired, reserve) Not combinable with any other discount or promotion.
$24 / 2-Day Pass
($12.00 per ticket, good any two days of the show) Not combinable with any other discount or promotion.
$5 / Juniors
$2.50 / Half-Day Ticket
(6-16) (4:00 pm – Closing) (Wednesday – Saturday only, not available on Sunday. Not combinable with any other discount or promotion)
to children 5 and under
$2 DISCOUNT COUPON
Click on the green button below and fill out the form to receive your $2 off discount coupon. The coupon is only valid Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the show. Your coupon will be emailed to you and can be printed or shown on your smartphone at the box office.
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The 2019 Washington Sportsmen’s Show presented by Leupold proves to be the biggest and best ever! The show returns to the Washington State Fair and Events Center in Puyallup, January 23rd-27th, 2019. There are lots of new features, speakers and exhibitors to look forward to like the first-ever Kayak Fishing Pavilion with top kayak anglers conducting seminars on how-to and where-to-go along with the region’s top kayak dealers bringing their boats and information to Puyallup for 5 days. The Washington Sportsmen’s Show is proud to host its new Outdoor Cooking Competition that draws top BBQ and grilling experts from around the country to compete for a trip to the national championship. In addition to the competition, these skilled grillers will be delivering seminars every day, all day at the show. Garmin’s Tech Center is new for 2019 and it’s your chance to learn more about your handheld GPS or fish finder. There’s also a new Walleye Alley complete with an enormous live-walleye tank, top walleye experts and plenty of tackle to purchase. And of course, it wouldn’t be a sportsmen’s show without some of our returning favorites like the Kid’s Trout Pond sponsored by Baxter Auto Parts, Brett Stoffel’s survival training or the Head & Horns Competition that produces some real surprises every year with new trophies that have been taken from around the region. Check out the seminar schedules, there are more than 50 different seminars every day covering the full spectrum of regional, national and international fishing and hunting topics delivered by the top experts in the field! With more than 250,000 square feet of display space and 500 exhibitors this show has it all…fishing and hunting gear and services of all descriptions, boats, tents, ATV’s, RV’s, guides and outfitters, fly fishing gear, electronics, clothing, boots, knives and much, much more! This year the Washington Sportsmen’s Show is offering an “After 4PM Special” Wednesday – Saturday where attendees save 50% on admission after 4PM! Parking’s always free!
Check out these highlights — there’s a lot to get excited about in attending this year’s show. Be sure to check out the Reasons To Attend under “Attractions” for more highlights. Of course, nothing beats just going and seeing it all firsthand. See you at the show!
- Washington’s biggest and best Sportsmen’s Show. With lots of new features, exhibitors and personalities lined up for this year’s show, the 2019 Washington Sportsmen’s Show presented by Leupold promises to be the biggest and best ever! Expect to see hundreds of new products and hundreds more show-only specials. It’s the place to be January 23rd to 27th, at the Washington State Fair & Events Center.
- Competitive cooking. The Washington Sportsmen’s Show Outdoor Cooking Competition will be making its debut this year, all days of the show. We couldn’t be more excited! Expert grillers and barbecue specialists will be traveling from all around North America (we have at least one Canadian team) to participate. Winners advance to other national and world competitions. It’s a big deal and we hope you take the time to savor the sweet smells and abundance of talent we’ve attracted to this world-class event.
- Kayak Fishing Pavilion. New for 2019 this feature hosts some of the top kayak anglers from around the region as well as the top kayak brands will be on display and for sale. You’ll see these aren’t your father’s kayaks. They’re incredibly stable, seaworthy, affordable and purpose-built for fishing. Kayak fishing is the fastest growing category in fishing nationwide and Washington and the northwest are no exception.
- Walleye Alley. Walleye have become another serious option for anglers around the region. With more and more jumping on the ‘Eye bandwagon we thought it was high-time to celebrate these wonderful and delicious fish that have taken the northwest by storm. It’s not really an “alley” but it’s a collection of exhibits, exhibitors and seminars all geared to walleye like a huge live walleye tank with local walleye as residents. Seminars are planned along with lots of tackle, rods and more to buy to get equipped.
- Garmin Tech Center. If you have a handheld GPS or fishfinder you’d like to get dialed in this is the place to be. Of course, the emphasis will be on Garmin gear but the information applies to most, if not all other brands. These educational opportunities are rare and the sportsmen’s show is where you’ll find them. And like all Sportsmen’s Show features it’s free with your admission into the show
- After 4PM special. We tried this special last year and it was a HUGE hit! Wednesday through Saturday, anyone attending the show after 4 PM gets into the show for half price! That’s right $7.50! Parking is ALWAYS FREE!
- Head-N-Horns Competition. If 2018 was the year you bagged a trophy deer, elk, moose, goat or other game, then bring the head-n-horns to the show, have them scored and see if you’re in line for a record or one of the great prizes that have been donated by such notable companies as Bushnell, Danner, Gerber, Fort Knox, Federal Premium, Honda, Primos, Ruger and others. We’re already hearing about some incredible trophies taken this past year that are headed our way.
- There are hundreds of hours of trip-enhancing, technique oriented, how-to, where-to, what-to-do seminars planned for this year’s show. In fact, there’s more than 50 seminars a day! Every seminar is presented by a leading expert and covers a broad array of topics in northwest hunting and fishing. For complete details on speakers, topics and times visit TheSportShows.com. All seminars are free with your admission into the show.
- Dream big…plan your dream vacation. There’s no better place to plan your next big adventure. Whether you’re looking to stay in-state or travel, the Washington Sportsmen’s Show has the answers you’re looking for. Big game hunts, marlin fishing, DIY Alaska trips, Idaho DIY trips (check out the Idaho Fish and Game Seminar), Christmas Island fly fishing, premium salmon and steelhead adventures, guided bass trips, bird hunting and much, much more.
- Kid’s Trout Pond. The kid’s trout pond sponsored by Baxter Auto Parts is an iconic favorite of this show. For kids 12 and under it’s certainly memorable. Free admission into the show, kids 12 and under can try their luck at the trout pond. These burgeoning anglers get to keep what they catch. The gear is provided, so are the plastic bags but you’re well-advised to have a small, trout-sized cooler in the car for the drive home.