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6 Things to Do at The Vegas Shoot

Updated: Dec 31, 2018

The Vegas Shoot is the largest archery festival in the world.

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If you are already registered at The Vegas Shoot , you probably know that you are competing with more than 3,500 archers, including professionals, amateurs and first-timers, at the largest indoor archery tournament in the world.

From Wednesday to Sunday, the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa, home of the shoot for the past seven years, transforms more than 200,000 square feet of its floor space into shooting halls, trade show, training rooms, meeting areas and much more.

With a whole weekend of archery in Sin City, here’s six things to do at The Vegas Shoot.

1) Trade Show

Over 100 vendors, including archery manufactures and retailers, in a village open to the public (and free) at The Vegas Shoot. Whether you are interested in getting a deal on new equipment, checking out the latest kit or talking with the men and women behind the gear, the trade show is the place to be.

2) Seminars

The Vegas Shoot has educational seminars available. These seminars are hosted by archers for archers throughout the event. Stay tuned for a list of scheduled seminars. Interested in hosting an archery seminar? Contact us today.

3) Meet the pros

The mix of pros and amateurs is one of the big draws of The Vegas Shoot. It gathers everyone together in the same venue, giving the opportunity for people to meet their heroes.

See the pros practicing, at their own or sponsors’ booths at the trade show or enjoying Vegas like everyone else.

4) Finals

The Indoor Archery World Cup Final and the Vegas shoot downs take place on Saturday on Sunday. Feel free to join the crowds in the arena and watch the best of the best in the sport.

5) Shoot

It’s why you’re here, right? Each archer shoots 30 arrows per day over three or two days, depending on the division chosen. There’s 24-hour paid practice and set hours practice for everyone from Friday to Sunday.

6) Vegas

This is the city of distractions. There’s casinos, shows and all kinds of activities to amuse yourself with – and with just three hours a day scheduled shooting, you’re free to enjoy Vegas as much or as little as you like on your own time.

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