The 56th Annual Sioux Empire Sportsmen's Show is coming back to Sioux Falls on March 9 through 12, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center and you don't want to miss it!

It really doesn't matter if you're not a fan of camping, fishing, or hunting when it comes to this huge show, because they really do have something for everyone, including some tasty treats.

If you are an avid fisherman you'll love the seminars all four days of the show with Joe Henry and our buddy Ted Takasaki. Not to mention, boats, rods, reels, tackle boxes, gear bags, and so much more for purchase right at the show.

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The 56th Annual Sioux Empire Sportsmen's Show

Looking for tents, gators, coolers, or campers, trucks to pull them, and the truck accessories to make them do what you want & need? You'll see them there.

Every sort of outfitter with dream vacations you've been imagining while you've been cooped up - -they'll be on hand too!

On another delightful subject, Wildlife Wendy will be entertaining the whole family with her wonderful birds! And you don't want to pass by the live trout pond without giving it a try.

Sioux Empire Sprotsmans Show tickets:

  • $10 for adults
  • Children 6 to 12 are $2.50
  • Children 5 and under free

Sioux Empire Sprotsmans Show hours:

  • THURSDAY 3/9: 5 pm-9 pm
  • FRIDAY 3/10: 12 pm-9 pm
  • SATURDAY 3 /11: 10 am-8 pm
  • SUNDAY 3/12 10 am-5 pm

Sioux Empire Sprotsmans Show Location: SIOUX FALLS ARENA and CONVENTION

CENTER (1201 Northwest Ave. Sioux Falls, SD 57104)

You can find $1 off coupons on the Sioux Empire Sportsmen's Show website. Just remember to print one off before you go to the show. And just to remind you, all food & beverage purchases at the Convention Center are credit card only. No cash will be accepted.

For more information, just see the 56th Annual Sioux Empire Sportsmen's Show online and on Facebook.

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