Nov 29, 2022
Indoor Ag-Con Expands

The trade show and conference for vertical farming controlled environment agriculture in the U.S., Indoor Ag-Con heads back to Caesars Forum Conference Center in Las Vegas for its annual edition. Co-locating with The National Grocers Association (NGA Show), it will take place Feb. 27 and Feb. 28, 2023.

“Our 2022 show attendance experienced double digit growth over 2021, which has fueled the significant growth of our exhibitor participation for 2023,” says Brian Sullivan, CEO, Indoor Ag-Con.  “We know that time is money for our attendee base and we’re pulling out all the stops to deliver the best use of both to continue growing our audience. From an expo floor filled with the industry’s top suppliers to an engaging, interactive conference program to quality networking opportunities, attendees will find everything they need to grow their businesses –in the shortest amount of time, at the most reasonable price, all under one roof.”

WHEN: Monday, Feb. 27 and Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023
WHERE: Caesars Forum, 3911 Koval Lane, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
INFO: For information on exhibiting or attending visit

Show highlights for the 2023 edition include:

This year will have the largest number of exhibitors in the event’s 10-year history. From irrigation and LED lighting to environmental control systems, substrates, greenhouse equipment, energy solutions, business services and more, attendees will have the chance to see introductions and innovations from vertical farming and controlled environment agriculture leaders in 174 booths.

Now in development, the 2023 educational conference will feature three keynotes and panel sessions within three comprehensive educational tracks – grower; trends & innovation; and funding & guidance.  

Indoor Ag-Con will once again co-locate with the National Grocers Association (NGA) Show, a trade show and conference for independent grocers, offering more networking and business opportunities for attendees and exhibitors alike. The NGA Show and Indoor Ag-Con visitors will have the opportunity to explore both exhibit halls as part of the full conference pass offerings.