Due to COVID-19 precautions, the 2020 Los Angeles Auto Show has been rescheduled for May 21-31, 2021.
It looks like we’ll have to wait an extra 6 months to see the newest models in the automotive world. The Los Angeles Auto Show, annually held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, will be moved six months into the spring of 2021. The LA Auto Show was originally planned for November 20-29, 2020, however, COVID-19 has put quite the damper on events throughout the year. For the sake of caution, the LA Auto Show has now been moved to May 21-31, 2021. Press Days have also been rescheduled to May 19-20, 2021.
“We are appreciative for the continued support from the LA Convention Center, the City of Los Angeles and all of our automotive partners,” said Lisa Kaz CEO of the LA Auto Show. “Memorial Day Weekend is a fantastic time for enhanced outdoor activations and product debuts. The LA weather creates exciting new opportunities for a spring show.”
The Los Angeles Auto Show is essential to the local economy. The new show dates will provide a much-needed boost to local dealerships at a critical time.
“We are extremely excited for the May dates of the LA Auto Show. The Memorial Day Holiday is always an important time for our dealerships. We eagerly anticipate the excitement the show creates amongst consumers, who look forward to experiencing the newest vehicles live and in-person,” said David Ellis, President of the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association (GLANCDA).
The LA Auto Show will continue to hold its long-standing reputation as a premier global automotive event even with the date changes. Attendees can expect to see the newest and hottest vehicles while also engaging in interactive exhibits and test drives.
The LA Auto Show states that the well-being of attendees and the overall community remains the top priority of show organizers.