February 3-6, 2021 in Las Vegas
Widely considered the “Ultimate Sportsmen’s Market”, the SCI Annual Convention showcases hunting opportunities on six continents, world-class taxidermy and art, and gives manufacturers their ﬁrst opportunity to demonstrate new products directly to consumers.
Dozens of topical seminars take place daily, presented by subject matter experts. And walking among the aisles there’s no telling who you may run into, as notable authorities from the hunting, shooting and outdoor industry attend the show annually.
SCI members are the most affluent consumers in the hunting space and we do more business at the SCI Convention than any other show all year."
Brian Gilroy, Wildlife Partners
Celebrating 50 Years
Established in 1971, Safari Club International will kick off its 50th year in fabulous Las Vegas with the SCI Convention, February 3-6!
Whether your dream adventure is for midwest whitetails, an international expedition, fishing the world, or you have a passion for upland game and waterfowl, the SCI Convention has it, and so much more! Hundreds of professional hunters and outfitters representing every continent are excited to help put you on the adventure of a lifetime.
Top manufacturers from the outdoor industry are here, showing off their newest releases, from firearms and accessories to optics, ammunition, archery, gear and the equipment you need out there, wherever "there" takes you!
Fine art, outdoor-themed home furnishings, jewelry and fantastic taxidermy all add to making SCI Convention the event of the year!
Seminars & Celebrities
Over 70 seminars, meet & greets and keynote speakers pack the schedule at Convention. Educational, informative seminar presentations cover the spectrum of hunting, fishing, shooting and outdoor adventure.
Celebrity spotting on the exhibit floor is always exciting, with most attending to book their next hunt. Jim Shockey, Donald Trump Jr., Pat & Nicole Reeve, Adam Vinatieri, Adam LaRoche, Bruce Bochy, Nick Hoffman, Melissa Bachman, Tom Miranda, Kimberly Guilfloyle, Chad Belding, David Wells and Kristy Titus were among those spotted cruising the aisles and visiting with outfitters to book their next hunting and outdoor experience.
When the exhibit halls close, the evening fun and excitement begins! Each night, members come together to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization and to enjoy top entertainment and speakers. SCI’s evening auctions oﬀer exclusive ﬁrearms, once-in-a-lifetime hunts and adventures, the ﬁnest artwork, and more. Every purchase provides crucial funds to help preserve our hunting heritage and fund conservation eﬀorts worldwide.
Over 20 live, silent, day, evening and online auctions generate the funds to support efforts to protect your rights as a hunter.
Bid on once-in-a-lifetime hunt experiences, exceptional firearms, fine art and jewelry, all 100% donated by world renowned outfitters and manufacturers.
Proceeds from SCI’s auctions support hunter advocacy as well as SCI Foundation’s conservation and education programs.
Hotel Blocks Now Open
Book your stay today and save, with SCI preferred pricing at locations with easy access to convention, evening events, and the heart of Vegas entertainment!
COVID-19 and Convention
Safari Club International monitors state and federal guidelines to ensure the health and safety of attendees of the 2021 Convention. Both the Las Vegas Convention Center and Caesars Entertainment have provided details on their efforts in staff oversight and training, facilities preparation and cleaning, and food and beverage services. SCI is confident our host facilities will be a safe and healthy environment to enjoy the camaraderie and excitement of the 2021 Convention.
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