2020 Irrigation Show & Education Week

NOV. 30-DEC. 4, 2020
Trade show | Dec. 2-3

San Antonio,Texas

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center | 900 E. Market Street | San Antonio, TX 78205

Spotlight on Irrigation

If your business is irrigation, you want a trade show that puts your industry and your company center stage. The Irrigation Show and Education Week is exactly what you are looking for. It puts you and your industry directly in the spotlight. Each year, the Irrigation Show gathers the best in the industry together in one location, offering education, networking and technology opportunities to fuel your business.  Don’t miss this opportunity to join us as the industry comes together to explore, connect and learn.

Whether you are a first-time attendee or a seasoned vet, the 2020 Irrigation Show has something for everyone. It’s not every day you can get together with 4,000 of your industry peers in San Antonio. It is a surefire way to enhance yourself and your business with 300 exhibitors who have the solutions you are looking for. Sharpen your skills by attending dozens of educational sessions, and make valuable connections with others in your profession through the numerous special events.

Those who’ve attended the show say they’ve come away with meaningful connections from potential new suppliers and gained a better understanding of where the irrigation industry is headed. If irrigation is part of how you make your living, then the 2020 Irrigation Show and Education Week is the place to be. We’ll see you there!

Explore. Connect. Learn.

About the Irrigation Show

The Irrigation Show and Education Week is a program of the Irrigation Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(6) organization dedicated to promoting efficient irrigation. Unlike for-profit trade shows, revenue from the Irrigation Show supports IA initiatives to benefit members and the irrigation industry by

  • improving industry proficiency through continuing education.
  • recognizing and promoting experience and excellence with professional certification.
  • ensuring industry standards and codes reflect irrigation best practices.
  • influencing water-use public policy at the local, state, regional and national levels.