LightFair Health and Safety Requirements for June 16-June 25, 2022 (pre-show/move-in; during the event; post-show/move-out)
As of February 10, 2022, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that effective immediately, the State’s mask mandate has been lifted. Masks will no longer be required in public places, but there are locations where Nevadans and visitors may still be asked to wear a mask. At this time, LightFair 2022 will NOT require participants to wear face masks on-site at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We will continue to update our health and safety measures as we draw closer to the event; please check back for the latest. To learn more about this announcement, visit the following link.
We understand and respect the fact that some LightFair attendees may wish to wear masks. We want all attendees to feel comfortable and safe and in that light, we welcome your choice to wear a mask. LightFair will also encourage social distancing and ask that non-masked attendees be respectful of those choosing to be masked. LightFair will display show signage throughout the facility encouraging health & safety reminders.
LightFair will have a limited supply of 3-ply disposable masks located at Registration.
Yes, LightFair will offer testing services on-site through Event Medial Services, LLC. LightFair participants will be able to test on Tuesday, June 21 – Thursday, June 23 from 8:00AM – 4:00PM in a secure 1st Floor location of the LVCC, West Hall – Room W108. Both Antigen ($55) and PCR Tests ($160) will be available. If you are unable to test while at LightFair, the The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) has partnered with University Medical Center (UMC) to provide a convenient COVID-19 testing center for visitors requiring testing for travel and convention attendees on the Las Vegas Strip, just steps from the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Click here to learn more and schedule your test. You can also find additional testing options in the area at this link.
Yes, the Las Vegas Convention Center has also committed to the GBAC Star Certification. Click here to learn more about these efforts.
Hotels and Resorts are working to ensure the safety of all their guests and visitors. Click here to learn more about the specific health and safety measures being taken by various properties.