Tips for Attending Husker Harvest Days

Below we’ve included some key information to help you in your planning for Husker Harvest Days 2021. Use the info below to make the most of your time at the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show.

Before the Show

  • Buy tickets in advance to avoid lines at the show gates. Admission is $15 for adults, $8 for students, and ages 12 and under are free.
  • Make lodging plans early as hotel space near the show site is limited. 
  • Download the Official Husker Harvest Days App to develop a list of must-see exhibitors and products. More information coming soon.
  • Sign up for free Husker Harvest Days mobile text alerts. These free mobile alerts will keep you updated on any schedule changes as well as the latest exhibitor and show updates. Learn more →
  • Secure golf cart rentals, available on a first-come, first served basis. More information coming soon.

During the Show

  • Parking is located adjacent to the show site and is identified by colors. Remember the color of the lot where you parked. Husker Harvest Days is not responsible for damage to any vehicles.
  • Handicap parking is available. Look for posted signage in the lot and feel free to ask a parking attendant for assistance. Please make sure your official handicap notation is visible from outside your vehicle.
  • Pick up a Show Program when you arrive. Within, you will find information on must-see features along with a show map and other helpful resources to guide your show experience.
  • Visit the Hospitality Tent to enjoy complimentary refreshments and listen in on educational sessions from a variety of guest speakers. 
  • Familiarize yourself with your surrounding through the Show Map. First Aid stations, restrooms, food and beverage stations, ATM and information booths are all marked on the map. 
  • Jumbotrons are located at heavily trafficked show intersections displaying updated schedules and other valuable information. 
  • Security is provided for visitors and exhibitors. These uniformed individuals will ensure your safety and that of the exhibits at the show. Individuals found in violation of laws or vandalizing exhibits will be prosecuted. 
  • Trams to and from field demonstrations will run regularly. Look for more information within the Show Program.

After the Show

The most important tip of all:

Follow up with the connections you made at Husker Harvest Days post-show to ensure you can take advantage of all of the new product information and tips you receive. Map My Show is a great post-show resource for reviewing the exhibitor list and the Show Directory.