CES is a global conference featuring thousands of innovators in the consumer technology business. Anyone interested in current technology and where we’re headed should have a deep interest in CES. That can range from how to watch keynotes online, to how to attend the conference for yourself. Luckily, we have the details for CES 2018, including dates, location, notable keynote times, and a handy map that you can use to keep from getting lost.
CES 2018 Dates
Although the front page of the CES website will have you believe that the conference runs from Tuesday, January 9 to Friday, January 12, 2018, it’s a couple of days longer. CES 2018 runs from Sunday, January 7, 2018 until Friday, January 12, 2018. The first two days are for the media, meaning that if you’re just wanting to attend as a member of the tech community, CES 2018 runs from Tuesday to Friday for you. Tickets, however, are not cheap.
CES 2018 Location
CES 2018 will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event location will be the World Trade Center Las Vegas. Back in 2010, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and Consumer Technology Association signed an agreement that designated the Las Vegas Convention Center as an official World Trade Center site. This is where CES 2018 will take place. Visit World Trade Center Las Vegas for any further details on the location.
CES 2018 Keynote Times
There are a substantial number of CES 2018 keynote speakers. Too many to list here. Instead, check out the CES 2018 keynote schedule. There you can find the location and time for any speaker that you’re looking to catch. It’s also worth noting that keynotes will take place in two venues in 2018, the Venetian’s Palazzo Ballroom and the Monte Carlo’s Park Theater.
CES 2018 Map
It’s not hard to get lost at a large conference, and CES 2018 isn’t a small gathering by any means. Visiting the CES 2018 official show locations page will give you all the information you need to get around. It has details on all locations used during CES 2018, as well as some handy maps at the bottom of the page to help you get around.
For more information on CES 2018, be sure to visit the main CES 2018 site. Everything you need to know about the show can be found there. There's also the CES Twitter account to make sure you don't miss anything on the fly.