Birmingham Boat Show
Sunday, January 24, 2021
Thursday: Noon - 9:00 pm
Friday: Noon - 9:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday: Noon - 5:00 pm
Show dates and hours are subject to change.
Children (12 years and under): Free when accompanied by a paid adult.
Tickets Sold at Both the East & South Entrances!
Prices are subject to change.
The Birmingham Boat Show is the largest and oldest boat show in the state of Alabama and features hundreds of the latest boats, motors, fishing gear, boating accessories, guides, outfitters and outdoor gear. The show is held at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama.
The Birmingham Boat Show is committed to family values and togetherness and to that extent the show invites all children, 12 years old and under, to attend the event FREE when they are accompanied by an adult with a paid admission. The “Kids Are FREE” policy of the Birmingham Boat Show allows it to remain one of the least expensive and best family entertainment values in the area.
With typically in excess of 600 Boats on display the competition between the best and largest boat dealers in the area is strong and this ultimately results in the best boat prices of the year for boat buyers.
Some of the attractions from the 2014 show:
There was a Grand Prize giveaway of a 2014 Yamaha Waverunner® VX Sport with 110 horsepower, four-stroke engine and a Galvanized Trailer will be included. The Personal Watercraft Prize is courtesy of Big Number One Motor Sports and WJOX FM - 94.5. The drawing will be Sunday, January 19th at 4:30pm. You do not need to be present to win. The winner of the grand prize will be responsible for all applicable taxes and registration fees.
Also, you could visit the 40-foot long Oklahoma Bass Tub aquarium which wa sponsored by Airport Marine. The tank holds about four to five thousand gallons of water and allows you to view 30 - 40 fish of various species in their natural habitat. There was also a Bass Tub Professional on hand and hegave a thirty minute presentation every two hours during the course of the show. The presentation included a casting demonstrations showing how lures work in the water and techniques that are used to catch various types of fish.
Information about this was obtained from various sources and is thought to be correct. We strongly recommend that you contact the show producer to confirm this information. See the bottom of this page for informaiton on how to contact the show producers.