Travel & Visa Support

NAB Show: Know Before You Go

Traveling to Las Vegas, NV

NAB Show welcomes the global content community in April! 2023! From Visa information to any COVID-related travel information or restrictions, we’ve got you covered. We’ll continue to monitor the international travel landscape, so check back often for updates.

Transportation Options

In Las Vegas, it's never been easier to get to and from NAB Show. Monorail service, complimentary shuttles from designated hotels, parking at the Convention Center or in nearby satellite lots, there are plenty of convenient choices. And, once you've arrived on-site, the Convention Center Loop will get you around the campus absolutely free.

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Join or Bring a Delegation

The NAB Show delegation program offers groups outside the U.S. special discounts and onsite benefits to maximize your experience at the show.

Travel In & Out of the U.S.

There are many steps to consider when traveling internationally:

  • Check to see if you need a visa to travel to the U.S. or if you are from a country in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
  • It is recommended to not purchase your airline ticket until your visa application has been approved.
  • If you are a noncitizen nonimmigrant and are fully vaccinated, make sure your vaccine and proof of vaccination are acceptable to board a flight to the United States.
  • It is recommended to allow at least three hours for flight transfers in the U.S. to re-check your luggage and/or proceed to the U.S Customs and Border Protection Services for immigration processing.
  • When traveling out of the U.S on an international flight, it is recommended to be at the airport at least 3 hours before departure. Your bag must be checked 1 hour before scheduled departure and you should be at your gate and ready to board 45 minutes before departure.

Visa Application & Interview Tips

To enter the Unites States many international visitors will require a visa and this can be a lengthy process. Here are some suggested steps to follow when applying for a visa that may help improve the chance of your application being approved.

  • Find the official NAB Show Letter of Invitation that was delivered to your email inbox after you registered for the show.
  • Fill out and submit the visa application. Include a color printout of your NAB Show Letter of Invitation and any printed or event materials you have received from NAB Show to prove the event is legitimate.
  • Make an appointment at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate within your country as early as possible.

We’re Here to Help

Contact us if you have questions or need assistance.