Tickets on Sale: Spend a Summer Weekend on the Maine Coast
Thursday, June 20th 2019
Photo © Jeff Scher
Tickets and passes are now on sale to the Maine Boat & Home Show, the state's only in-water boat show and the largest north of Newport, Rhode Island. The event will be held August 9-11, 2019, on the waterfront in Rockland, Maine. Gates open at 10 a.m. daily. General Admission Tickets are $15/day
The annual show features boats in the water and on land—power and sail, large and small—plus marine gear vendors, fine furniture and home wares, arts, architecture, live music, and delicious food. Meet dozens of Maine’s most talented artisans, furniture makers, architects, and builders, all on one spectacular waterfront site. It's all the essential components for living the good life on the coast of Maine. Activities include live music, delicious food, and fun for the kids.
General Admission Tickets Adult tickets $15
Children under 12 get in FREE!
Special Access Passes* Just $75 per person ($125 per couple)
*Include three-day admission to the show, guaranteed parking right next to the show site, VIP seating for the Boatyard Dog® Trials on Sunday, a one-year subscription (or gift) to Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine, and other goodies. Pass holders are also invited to the Exhibitors-Only after-party, sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank (Friday night). Enjoy music, local craft beer from Rock Harbor Brewing, and tasty snacks, while meeting show exhibitors and staff in an informal setting.
17th Annual MAINE BOAT & HOME Show
INFORMATION AT A GLANCE
August 9-11, 2019, Harbor Park, Rockland Held annually on the second weekend in August on the waterfront in Rockland, the event attracts thousands of discerning attendees from all over the country and world. The three-day event is also Maine’s only in-the-water boat show. Admission: Adult tickets $15, available at the gates and online. Kids under 12 get in free. Special Access Passes, which include parking and other perks, also available. Gates open at 10 a.m. daily.
The show was founded in 2003 by Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine.