DALLAS – August 17, 2021 – The Travel & Adventure Show is on a mission to map out a path for the public to safely experience the joys of domestic and international tourism during its annual two-day event, September 11-12, 2021, at Dallas Market Hall. Featuring dozens of seminars, workshops and tips from top travel experts, attendees will learn how to safely resume travel and book future trips.
This year’s in-person event will show guests how to navigate the “ins and outs” of the new “travel normal”, discover the most popular destinations and connect with on-site destination experts who can help Texans find, plan and book their next trip.
“The 2021 Dallas Travel & Adventure Show will be the insider’s guide to learning – and most of all enjoying – the new travel normal,” said John Golicz, CEO of Travel & Adventure Show. “Our experts from around the world, including travel journalist and broadcaster Rudy Maxa, will share their professional advice about the locations open for travel, where you should go and how to book safely. As in year’s past, our four Theaters will feature more than 40 in-depth workshops and seminars covering countless local and international destination options, as well as travel trends and packages for the coming year. Our Dallas show is the golden ticket to maximizing any travel experience over the next year.”
Spanning nearly 106,875 square feet of event space, the Dallas Travel & Adventure Show fills Dallas Market Hall with exciting exhibits, seminars and entertainment for the entire family. Dozens of educational travel workshops are held in four theaters located on the show floor.
This year’s featured travel experts include:
- Samantha Brown – Emmy-award winning host, “Samantha Brown’s Places to Love”
- Rudy Maxa – Travel Journalist, Broadcaster
- Senitra Horbrook – Contributing writer for The Points Guy
- Jared Kamrowski, Founder, Thrifty Traveler
- Paul Theroux – Best-selling Author, Novelist, Travel Writer
“Like most of us, the past year and a half has fundamentally changed our priorities,” said Golicz. “People tell us that it’s time to finally see the destinations they’ve fantasized about visiting as well as a renewed interest in domestic must see’s. They hunger to create experiences and memories that last a lifetime. This year’s show will be an incredible resource for every traveler, regardless of whether they are a novice or seasoned veteran, to realize those dreams.”
In addition to the three Travel Theaters with exclusive travel content, the Frequent Traveler University will offer a series of seminars dedicated to showing travelers how to maximize their frequent flyer miles, hotel points and credit card rewards, while learning about new destinations, tools and loyalty programs.
“Attendees to this year’s Travel & Adventure Show may notice a different look and feel as we adjust to additional common sense health and safety precautions and all participants will need to wear a mask,” said Golicz. “But it’s still America’s favorite travel show, and the information you’ll gather is more important than ever to planning your next dream trip.”
Advance tickets for the Travel & Adventure Show are available for purchase online. One-day and two-day tickets will be available at the door. U.S. active duty military and four members of their family receive free admission to the North Texas show. Parking is free.
Journalists can apply for online media credentials at https://travelshows.com/media-registration/
The Travel & Adventure Show is following local guidance from the City of Dallas, as well as guidelines from the Dallas Market Hall. We strongly recommend all show attendees to wear a mask to the event for their own safety. Theaters will be socially distanced.
About Unicomm, LLC and the Travel & Adventure Show Series
UNICOMM LLC specializes in originating and managing world-class trade shows and conferences across the United States. Unicomm’s properties include the nation’s largest and longest running series of travel events, the Travel & Adventure Show in Boston, San Diego, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Atlanta, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, San Francisco and Dallas.