March 17-19, 2017 Kansas City Convention Center | Bartle Hall
March 17-19, 2017 Kansas City Convention Center | Bartle Hall

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A Kansas City tradition for 69 years, the 2017 Home Show offers an exciting blend of new and familiar faces to help homeowners get a jump start on their spring home and garden projects. The Home Show brings more than 250 builders, remodelers, landscapers, interior designers and contractors who will feature the very latest design trends and construction materials.

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Advance General Admission Tickets online or at area Price Chopper’s | $12
At the door General Admission Tickets | $15
Friday | $7 (ONLINE ONLY)
Veterans | Free (must show ID at door)
Children under 12 | Free

Book Signing Ticket for Jonathan and Drew Scott of HGTV’s The Property Brothers | $55
Ticket Includes:
•Admission to the Home Show on Saturday, March 18
•A copy of Dream Home: The Property Brothers’ Ultimate Guide to Finding & Fixing Your Perfect House for signing
•CD of their album, At Home
•Admission to the signing event immediately following The Property Brothers 2 p.m. presentation
Book signing ticket required to participate in signing event. Only 2 tickets allowed per person. Ticket does not guarantee seating during presentation. No refunds or exchanges.

The 2017 Home Show Will Feature:

Jonathan & Drew Scott of HGTV’s Property Brothers

Jonathan and Drew Scott, reality TV stars and ever-so-popular “Property Brothers,” will share their winning blend of sibling rivalry and humor at the 2017 Greater Kansas City Home Show, March 17-19. The twin brothers, who star in popular HGTV shows including Property Brothers, Buying & Selling, Property Brothers at Home and Brother vs. Brother, will headline Kansas City’s 69th annual flagship Home Show on Saturday, March 18 at Bartle Hall. After their stage presentation, Jonathan and Drew will participate in a book signing for home show guests, with a number of lucky fans having the opportunity to take a photo with the brothers.

Karl Champley, winner of Ellen's Design Challenge

New to the 2017 Home Show is Karl Champley, winner of Ellen Degeneres’ Design Challenge and star of the DIY Network TV show Wasted Spaces. He’s been featured on Rachel Ray’s talk show as well as has his own radio show on DIY Radio. Karl will give two presentations on Sunday.

Additional Home Show Highlights

The ever-popular central square area will feature unique homes in all shapes and sizes: a decked-out Airstream camper, a specially decorated glamping tent, a tiny home and a container home. Each of these “residences” will be surrounded by themed landscaping and the interiors will showcase the most current decorating trends. Additionally, consumers will have the opportunity to meet with builders and experts in the field at the Ask-a-Genius booth, shop local artisans in the Pop-Up Market, view a Kansas area high schools wood-working competition and so much more.

See all of our exciting activities that took place at the 2017 Home Show on our Highlights page.

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The Home Builders Association held Kansas City’s first home show in 1948 and the annual event has become the go-to showcase for home improvement, technology, and design ideas as well as a fun-filled day with activities for all ages.
The 2017 Home Show will be the 69th year of the event to be held at Bartle Hall March 17-19, 2017.