A celebrated tradition for over 60 years, the Progressive Cleveland Boat Show is where you can experience your summer fun to come! Formerly the Mid-America Boat Show, today’s Cleveland Boat Show reflects the excitement and growth of our great North Coast city along our Great Lake.
Cost of admission to the Progressive Cleveland Boat show does not include parking. The Cleveland Boat Show benefits in no way from any parking fee collected by the I-X Center, nor does it have any control over the lot.
There’s a boat or personal watercraft for every lifestyle, activity and budget. Attending a show allows you to compare all of your options at one time, in one place.
Yes! However, some exhibitors have special boarding rules. Please respect their requests.
The I-X Center does not offer shuttle service; however, if you stay at some of our partner or surrounding hotels, they may have shuttle service available for I-X Center patrons.
Yes, there are ATMs available in both the East and West lobbies.
We do accept major credit cards at most shows; however, we do not accept personal checks.
Yes. As long as the ticket is in possession of the attendee, it can be used.
Yes, Will Call is located by the Main Entrance to the show.
Tickets are same day only. You must buy another ticket to attend multiple days.
Adults 60 and over are given a discounted rate each day of $12
Yes, located near the ticket booths in the main lobby.
Yes, there is something for everyone, with multiple concession stands throughout the show providing food and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
No outside food, beverages, coolers or sack lunches are allowed in the facility.
Yes, we have multiple kids’ activities, and have even designated a special Kids’ Day on Monday, January 21.
During the show, all items turned in are taken to the Show Office where tickets are purchased. After the show, all items are placed with customer service, which can be reached at 216.265.2500.
Wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge. A photo ID must be left with the attendant to secure return. There are no strollers or wagons available to rent; however, you may bring your own in most shows. You should always check the event website to confirm they are permitted prior to attending.
Clearly designated handicap parking areas are available around the facility and are to be used only as specified by state, local and federal laws.
Yes, there is one located in each lobby staffed by paramedics from University Hospitals for all events.
The I-X Center is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building. Designated smoking areas are located outside the venue. Smoking is also defined to include any and all electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes.
In accordance with Ohio’s “concealed carry” law and the right for private entities to ban handguns on their premises, firearms and other weapons of any kind are strictly forbidden on the premises of the I-X Center.