Detroit will come alive once again for the North American Internation Auto Show.

In just a few short weeks, the North American International Auto Show returns to Detroit. This show has been a staple in Detroit for years and showcases the latest and greatest in the automotive industry.

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When is the North American International Auto Show?

The public dates for visitors to check out the North American International Auto Show are Saturday, September 17th through Sunday, September 25th from 9 am until 9 pm every day (except 9/25/22 which runs from 9 am until 7 pm.)

How much are the tickets?

Public tickets to attend the North American International Auto Show are as follows:

  • Adults - $20
  • Seniors - $12 (65 and older)
  • Children - $10 (3-12 years old - 2 years and under are free with parent or guardian)
  • Family Pass - $50 (2 adults, 3 children)

Where is the NAIAS being held?

The North American International Auto Show will hold its first ever indoor-outdoor auto show in Downtown Detroit this year. Huntington Place, formerly Cobo Hall and the TCF Center, will host exhibits, rides, ride and drives, the all-new Dinosaur and Off-Road Vehicle Encounter, and more. The Detroit Auto Show will also feature new adventures for the whole family. 

Hart Plaza in Detroit will feature monster trucks, food trucks, entertainment, and more. Other events for the North American International Auto Show will take place at Campus Martius, Cadillac Square, and Spirit Plaza. Click here to see the site map.

Where can I get tickets?

Tickets are on sale now for the North American International Auto Show. To purchase yours, click here. 

Now that you have the basics of everything that will be happening at the Detroit Auto Show, for complete details and more information, click here. 

Source: NAIAS

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