The annual Kisumu Regional Show will be happening between Wed 24th – Sun 28th July 2019 with both days inclusive at the Mamboleo Showground.
This is a premier show set to attract over 100 exhibitors and tens of thousands of show goers.
The Kisumu Regional Show is rated among top shows in Kenya due to the high quality of displays and exhibitors.
This year’s charges are as follows:
Entry Tickets & Stickers
- Pre-Show ticket KES 200 per day for Monday and Tuesday
- Pre-Show car sticker KES 2,000 for 2 days
- Daily tickets (Adults) KES 250
- Daily tickets (Children) KES 200
- Essential Service Sticker KES 5,000 for 5 days
- Trade Attendant ticket KES 1,000 for 5 days
- Special Party (Adults) KES 200 daily
- Special Party (Children) KES 150 daily
- Public Car Park KES 300 daily
- Special Public Car Park KES 500 daily
- Executive Badges KES 8,500 (2 badges + 1 car sticker)
- Full Member Badge KES 3,000 (2 badges + 1 car sticker)
- Single Member Badge KES 2,000 (1 badge + 1 car sticker)
We shall be having daily updates of the event on our website and on our social media platforms including:
- Important dates to note;
- Show run-down;
- Advertising rates for space in the show catalogue;
- How to participate/exhibit at the show;
- Benefits of exhibiting/attending the show.
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