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2020 NY International Auto Show (NYIAS)

Plus Photographs From Past Years

Public Show Dates and Hours:

Canceled until late August into September

Learn more here…

April 10 – April 19, 2019

Monday – Saturday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sundays: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

The Jacob Javits Convention Center,
655 West 34th Street
located between 11th and 12th Avenues, between 34th and 39th Streets on the west side of NYC

Near the end of this page, you’ll find some of the most recent updates & press releases from the organizers regarding Coronavirus and how the Show Must Go On!

Monday – Saturday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Ticket Prices:

Please note, there is a discount for tickets purchased online.
$17 for adults (ages 13 and older),
$7 for children under 12, Free for those under the age of 2

Getting There:

Virtually any subway train will take you to midtown (42nd & 34th)
But, the Javits Center is pretty far to the west so you’ll need a bus:
M34: Runs east/west on 34th Street. Stops on 11th Avenue outside the Javits Center and at Penn Station.
M42: Runs east/west on 42nd street. But you’d have to walk down a bit.

PLEASE do be attentive to the signs at the Bus Stops since at times you’ll be required to purchase your tickets using the Toll Box at the Stop should there be a toll box at the stop.

Important things to remember and consider: PLEASE NOTE THAT BACKPACKS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE SHOW FLOOR.

CAMERAS, VIDEO CAMERAS, AND STROLLERS ARE WELCOME.

PETS ARE NOT PERMITTED.

WHEELCHAIRS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE JAVITS CENTER, PLEASE CALL 212-216-2196.

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Photos by Luis Diaz and Suranit Soikam

Special thanks to Suranit Soikam for assistance in getting around to events like these for the sake of photography and such. 🙂

Statement from the organizers of the 2020 New York International Auto Show

NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, organizers of the New York International Auto Show, extends its deepest regrets to the organizers of the Geneva International Motor Show after hearing today’s news that their 2020 event has been canceled due to spread of the coronavirus in Europe. As a small family of global auto shows, our thoughts remain with the Swiss organizers.  We are equally compassionate for the world’s automakers who have been impacted by this unforeseen set of circumstances.

With just under six weeks to go before the 2020 New York International Auto Show’s press preview days, we are moving forward with plans to open the Show as scheduled.  We are in communication with state and local officials and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and, at this point, there are no plans to cancel any shows at the facility.  The Javits Center is taking precautionary measures inside the venue to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, and the New York Auto Show will follow its lead to protect exhibitors and attendees.

Coronavirus Update from Organizers of the 2020 New York International Auto Show

With five weeks to go before the 2020 New York International Auto Show’s press preview days (April 8 & 9), organizers are moving forward with plans to open the Show as scheduled. We are in communication with state and local officials and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and, at this point, there are no plans to cancel any shows at the facility due to coronavirus. The Javits Center and the Auto Show are taking precautionary measures inside the venue while the state and local agencies are taking steps to limit the spread of respiratory viruses.

PRECAUTIONS AT THE JAVITS CENTER

The Javits Center is committed to protecting the well-being of its visitors, customers, employees and business partners. During every flu season, Javits staff implements a set of protocols designed to prevent communicable sicknesses, and in light of the recent novel coronavirus, efforts have increased significantly.

In recent weeks, the Javits Center has: 

  • Installed 70 hand-sanitizing stations throughout the convention center to allow visitors to clean their hands more frequently;
  • Increased the cleaning of high-volume, high-touch areas, including paper towel dispensers, vanity tops, counters and door handles;
  • Maintained a team of specially trained paramedics on site during all open event hours and access to a fully equipped first-aid station on site;
  • Engaged with health departments at the city, state and federal levels to ensure we receive the latest updates and protocols; and
  • Distributed critical information among key staff members and business partners to help prevent communicable sicknesses throughout the venue.

The Auto Show has implemented new standards for all vehicle detailing companies providing services for the event. Those measures include the use of disinfectant cleaning agents and increased frequency.