SEMA SHOW AFTER-PARTY OPEN TO PUBLIC

October 2021 News Web Exclusive

SEMA Ignited, the official after-party of the SEMA Show, returns to Las Vegas, Nev., on Friday, Nov. 5. Since 2014, SEMA Ignited has taken place at the conclusion of the four-day trade-only SEMA Show, providing consumers and the general public an opportunity to see and experience the mystique from the exclusive automotive aftermarket trade event. This year’s SEMA Ignited takes place Friday, Nov. 5, from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. PT at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) West Hall parking lot.

The family-friendly SEMA Ignited consists of an outdoor extravaganza that includes iconic builders, celebrities, customized SEMA Show vehicles, drift demonstrations, food, entertainment, and much more.

“Our official after-party, SEMA Ignited, is the best opportunity enthusiasts have to connect with the automotive community, see the custom builds, and meet automotive celebrities, all while enjoying food and entertainment,” said Tom Gattuso, SEMA VP of events. “There is something for everyone at the event, and we invite everyone, whether you are an automotive enthusiast or a family looking for quality entertainment, to attend SEMA Ignited.”

At the conclusion of the SEMA Show, hundreds of custom-built vehicles roll out of the Convention Center and cruise to assemble at SEMA Ignited, where the public can see the elaborate work performed by the builders, along with some of the newest and most innovative products used on the builds.

SEMA Show attendees receive complimentary admission with their Show badge, while general admission to SEMA Ignited is $20. Children ages 12 and under are admitted free with a paid general admission ticket.   

For more information about SEMA Ignited, visit www.semaignited.com. To learn more about the SEMA Show and apply for credentials, visit www.semashow.com.    

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