Phoenix RV Shows
State Farm Stadium
1 Cardinals Dr.
Glandale, AZ 85305
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Find your RV at the 10-day outdoor RV Show at State Farm Stadium RV Show in Glendale, Arizona April 8-18 (closed on Monday, April 12). FREE parking and admission! Daily show hours: 9am to Dusk. Bring the whole family!
NOTE: Health screening and face masks are required.
Get hands on the latest camper vans and 4×4 adventure vans built on the Sprinter, ProMaster and Transit chassis, gas and diesel motorhomes, and towable RVs from top manufacturers may include Winnebago, Tiffin, Fleetwood, Storyteller Overland, Roadtrek, Leisure Travel Vans, Entegra Coach, Midwest Automotive Designs, Pleasure-Way, Jayco, Phoenix USA, Renegade RV, Thor Motor Coach, Heartland, Vanleigh RV, Redwood, Cruiser Aire, and much more!
Questions on the Show? Please Call 800.269.4583
INFO TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO TO STATE FARM STADIUM
How much does it cost to park and to enter? FREE to park, NO admission charged.
Where at the stadium is the event taking place? The RV Sale is taking place outside of State Farm Stadium in the West Preferred Parking Lot.
How do I get there? Loop 101, exit at Cardinals Way and then north on 95th Avenue, Watch for signs directing you to the RV Show.
What are the hours of the show and sale? 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (Dusk)
What are the dates of the show? April 8-18, 2021 (Closed Monday, April 12th)
Will there be food and beverages available to purchase? No.
Will Social Distancing be required? Yes. Signage reminding people to remain 6 feet apart is placed thru the show as well as on a large number of RVs. Signage indicating the use of face coverings required is place thru the show. Walk-thru of any RV is limited to the customer and one salesperson at a time. Please wait for others to depart an RV you want to view before going inside.
Will face coverings be required? Yes. Per City of Glendale proclamation.
Face coverings are to be worn upon arrival at the stadium, including parking areas, throughout the time within the event and during the time you return to your vehicle after departing the event.
Does everyone have to wear a face covering? No. Some people are exempt; Children under 5, individuals with certain medical conditions, the hearing impaired or who are communicating with the hearing impaired where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
When is it ok to remove my face covering? Face coverings are to be worn at all times except when you are eating or drinking.
What safety measures will be in place? High touch surfaces of RVs will be cleaned regularly; hand washing and hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the event. Face masks will be available to anyone attending that arrives without a face mask. Employees of La Mesa RV and the stadium are health screened at the start of each day; those arriving with a fever or other illness symptoms will not be allowed to work at the event.
What else do I need to know? Failure to abide by the rules with regards to face coverings and social distancing, while at events State Farm Stadium, may result in being ejected from the property, regardless if a spectator, participant, volunteer etc.
COVID-19 Warning and Assumption of Risk: The Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (AZSTA), Arizona Cardinals, State Farm Stadium managed by ASM Global, La Mesa RV Center, Inc. (Yuma) and the City of Glendale, Arizona are working to take proper precautions to keep our staff and guests as safe as possible while visiting State Farm Stadium. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists where people are together in any public place. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease than can cause severe illness and even death. Per the CDC, senior citizens, and people with underlying health or medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By visiting State Farm Stadium, you are voluntarily assuming all risk related to the exposure of COVID-19.
Some people are more likely than others to become severely ill such as older adults or people with medical conditions. Additionally, there may be others who need to take extra precautions because of certain other factors that put you at higher risk. For those people who are in these risk categories, the CDC recommends limiting contact with others, including avoiding large gatherings.
If you are feeling unwell, think you may have, or think you may have been exposed to Covid-19, please stay home and consider joining us later for a different event.