By SEMA Editors
With a stop directly in front of the convention center and another stop by the Westgate, where many SEMA Show activities take place, the monorail is a great option for getting to the SEMA Show each day.
With limited parking available for the 2019 SEMA Show, attendees are encouraged to use other available transportation options when traveling to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center.
To accommodate all Showgoers, the Las Vegas Monorail will extend its operational hours during the week of the SEMA Show. From November 5–8, Showgoers can board the Monorail and head to the Las Vegas Convention Center, one of the Monorail’s seven stops, starting at 6:00 a.m.
Not only will the Las Vegas Monorail operate with extended hours, Showgoers can also purchase Monorail tickets at a discounted rate. To make the process even more convenient, Monorail passes can also be purchased through Android and iOS smartphones.
Discounted Ride Passes:
- Single Ride: $5
- 24-Hour Pass: $13
- Two-Day Pass: $23
- Three-Day Pass: $25
- Four-Day Pass: $32
- Five-Day Pass: $38
- Seven-Day Pass: $49
Look for Monorail kiosks throughout the Convention Center and at participating hotels. Purchase discounted Monorail tickets online or call 702-699-8200.
- MGM Grand Station
- Bally’s/Paris Station
- Flamingo/Caesars Palace Station
- Harrah’s/The LINQ Station
- Las Vegas Convention Center Station
- Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Station
- SLS Station
“The Las Vegas Monorail is one of the many affordable travel alternatives that are easy to access,” said SEMA Vice President of Events Tom Gattuso. “With the Monorail’s extended hours and discount, as well as hotel shuttle services, taxis and ride-sharing options, Showgoers have great transportation choices each day of the Show.”
More information about the 2019 SEMA Show is available at www.SEMAShow.com.