Online registration for the 2023 NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) opened Sept. 1.

IBS will take place in person at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Jan. 31 to Feb. 2, where it will again co-locate with the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s (NKBA) Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) for the 10th annual Design & Construction Week.

Furthering this year’s offerings, in addition to IBS and KBIS, registrants can now attend a third industry show at the same place and time. Registration for IBS will also allow access to the show floor of the National Hardware Show.

“There is a reason IBS is considered the essential industry experience for anyone involved in residential construction,” says Jerry Konter, NAHB chairman. “Being able see all of the latest products, learn from experts on a range of educational topics, and network with peers from across the globe all in one place, makes it an event not to be missed. And to have the added opportunity of being able to explore the exhibits of two other industry shows is an especially great value.”

An Expo+Education Pass gives attendees three-day access to all IBS education sessions. This includes a choice of 100-plus sessions led by renowned experts on a wide range of industry topics, as well as daily keynotes and sessions led by high-profile speakers on industry trends.

IBS attendees will also have the opportunity to experience show floor destinations, such as the Start-up Zone, featuring a glimpse of products or services that are predicted to shake up the residential construction industry, and the Home Technology Solutions Pavilion, showcasing what’s next in emerging construction technology. IBS attendee favorites like the Building Zone, nextBUILD, and the Jobsite Safety Zone also will return in 2023.

The 2023 show will kick off on the morning of Jan. 31 at the DCW opening ceremonies featuring a moderated Q&A with Mike Rowe. That evening registrants can attend the official IBS House Party at Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub. Other events throughout the week include the Young Pro Party Wednesday night, followed by the DCW closing concert immediately after the show floor closes on Thursday night.