InfoComm 2022, the only event focused on pro audiovisual solutions, is coming to Las Vegas June 4-10th, 2022, and will be held in the North and West Halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Both the North and West Hall will feature unique pro-AV education sessions, solution areas, and unique experiences.
For InfoComm 2022, there will be more than 50 first-time exhibitors, as well as tours of the exhibit hall (something new for 2022). The exhibit hall tours will be led by experts in the AV field from recognizable names such as USC, AV Chicago, WeWork, and the Digital Signage Federation.
These new tours provide an inside look at exhibitors and booths at InfoComm 2022 that are perfect for those looking for IT and networked AV, digital signage, conferencing, and more. This year’s event is perfect for those looking to see new AV products, receive technical AV education from industry leaders, and network with other AV professionals.
The InfoComm 2022 website indicates that this year’s event in Las Vegas, Nevada, “brings together AV and IT integrators; enterprise buyers from vertical markets like higher education, government, and corporate; live events pros and decision makers in related fields like content creation, design, and architecture.”
InfoComm 2022 Events
InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas will feature education events starting June 4th, 2022, running through the duration of the event, terminating on June 10th, 2022. The exhibits for InfoComm 2022 will run June 8-10th, 2022.
InfoComm 2022 Registration
Registration for InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas is currently open for both attendees as well as members of the press. To register for the event, you will need an account with AVIXA. If you do not currently have an AVIXA account, you can create one through the InfoComm 2022 registration page.
InfoComm 2022 Parking and Transportation
With thousands of attendees planning to attend InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas this year, it is worth knowing the parking and transportation options available for this convention. For InfoComm 2022 there are a variety of transportation options available to and from the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are local taxis, Uber, Lyft, and complimentary shuttle service between certain hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Additionally, there is the Las Vegas Monorail, offering transportation directly from the Las Vegas Convention Center to other locations along the Las Vegas Strip.
Parking for InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas is available at the Convention Center (parking rates cost an average of $10 per day including departure and return), as well as at nearby satellite parking lots at the Renaissance hotels and neighboring Westgate Resort. There is ADA parking at the Las Vegas Convention Center on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Transportation
Las Vegas Convention Center patrons enjoy the Las Vegas Monorail as one of the safest and fastest transportation options along the Las Vegas Strip with direct service from the Convention Center. The Monorail offers reliable daily transportation along the Strip, directly connecting patrons to a handful of resort hotels and stops along the Las Vegas Strip. The Las Vegas Monorail is an electric tram that can transport over 200 passengers per tram from one end of the Las Vegas Strip to another in just a few minutes. Monorail trains arrive at each of the seven stations along the Strip every few minutes.
Las Vegas Monorail Hours
The Las Vegas Monorail is open from 7 a.m. to midnight on Mondays, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. Friday through Sunday.
There are seven Monorail stations along the Las Vegas Strip:
- SAHARA Las Vegas Monorail Station
- Westgate Las Vegas Monorail Station
- Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station
- Harrah’s & The LINQ Monorail Station
- Flamingo & Caesars Palace Monorail Station
- Bally’s & Paris Las Vegas Monorail Station
- MGM Grand Monorail Station
Convention Center LOOP
The Las Vegas Convention Center now has free on-campus transportation through the unique Las Vegas Convention Center Loop (LVCC Loop). The LVCC Loop connects the new West Hall of the Convention Center to the existing campus (South/Central/North Halls). The LVCC Loop can transport patrons across the campus in approximately two minutes compared to the average time of 25 minutes it takes guests to walk between the halls.
The Las Vegas Convention Center Loop is a set of two one-way tunnels built below the 200-acre Convention Center, roughly ⅘ of a mile in length. The tunnels are engineered and built for Tesla EVs to transport riders from one area to another reaching speeds up to 35 mph in the tunnels.
There are currently three LVCC Loop stations:
- South Station (Located above ground – adjacent to the South Hall of the LVCC)
- Central Station (Located below ground near Central Hall Main Entrance, accessible via elevator or escalator)
- West Station (Located above ground — adjacent to the West Hall of the LVCC)