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In-Person Lake Havasu Boat Show Set

Lake Havasu Boat Show

The 30th Annual Lake Havasu Boat Show will be an in-person event at Havasu 95 Speedway, a new venue for 2021, the Lake Havasu Marine Association announced.

Presented in conjunction with the Lake Havasu Marine Association, the show will run April 9-11.

Attendees must follow social distancing guidelines and bring masks. Click here for more details.

The largest consumer boat show in Arizona, California and Nevada will have more than 125 exhibitors and vendors, including more than 50 boat brands.

“Havasu 95 Speedway afforded an excellent opportunity to continue the Lake Havasu Boat Show tradition,” said Bob Brown, event coordinator. “The last thing we wanted to do was to go without a boat show for another entire year. It is such a significant economic driver for the entire Lake Havasu business community. Both the Speedway and the City deserve a lot of credit for giving us the support needed to make this happen.”

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