Meet HGTV’s David Bromstad at the Home & Garden Show


The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, the largest home […]

The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, the largest home show in the Southwest, returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale 10 a.m.–5 p.m. on Friday, May 5 through Sunday, May 7, featuring David Bromstad from HGTV’s My Lottery Dream Home.

Shop indoor and outdoor inspiration and the latest trends to spruce up your home for the new season. The show features a variety of local small businesses, artisans and an assortment of home improvement companies throughout the Valley all in one location for three days, according to a press release.

“We’re excited for David Bromstad to share his crazy journey & expertise in home design on Saturday and Sunday,” show manager Katie Jones said in the release. “Additionally, this spring show will feature numerous home DIY inspirations and a variety of free make-and-take crafting classes all while shopping and supporting small local businesses and artisans.”

All activities inside the show are free with admission including access to the David Bromstad appearance and seminar. For meet and greet opportunities including VIP and general admission tickets, see the website for more information.

Show Attractions included with admission:

  • Meet HGTV’s David Bromstad: Join the host of HGTV’s My Lottery Dream Home in person Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. for a live stage presentation. Listen as Bromstad shares personal stories about his journey and design tips he’s learned through his decades of experience.
  • Save water with the Master Gardeners: Learn how to save up to 60% of water in your garden with our Master Gardeners. They will teach attendees how to use low-fired, clay ceramic vessels, an alternative watering method. They will also have seminars on pollinators, composting and succulents.
  • Learn about transforming mud into art: Watch artisans transform mud into masterpieces with daily live pottery wheel demonstrations.
  • Handmade headquarters: Sign up for free make-and-take crafts sessions, including candle making, clay molding and basic woodworking techniques; create a family tree or your own shopping tote. Several of these hands-on activities make for a gift just in time for Mother’s Day and Pride Month.
  • Tiny cul-de-sac: Stop by and tour move-in-ready, modern tiny homes from Village Camp, United Tiny Homes and the Tiny Custom House. Experience luxury in a converted shipping container or a double decker mansion and see what it’s like to go tiny.
  • Get instant privacy: Find out how you can turn transparent glass surfaces into privacy glass with a flip of the switch. Learn all about bringing privacy to bathrooms, front doors, bedroom windows and more.
  • Design your backyard staycation: Get free walk-up landscape consultation and take-home design with the landscaping professionals at Horticultural Frontiers, a value of $350. Don’t forget to bring your existing backyard pictures and measurements.

General admission costs $10 daily for adults, $3 for kids ages 3–12. Children 2 and younger are free.

Online and onsite ticket sales available. Credit cards accepted online and cash at the door.

Senior morning is 10 a.m.–12 p.m. Friday with $2 admission for guests 60 and older.

Customer appreciation sale is 2–5 p.m. Friday with $2 admission.

Military appreciation deal is $5 admission with valid military identification all three days.

For May birthdays, visit the info booth for a special gift with a valid ID.

Platinum guest must show their platinum loyalty card to receive a complimentary gift at the info booth.

Clear bag policy: Metal detector screening and a search of all items being carried will take place at the entry.

Sign up for discounted tickets at

Parking is $10 for onsite parking, cash only per the city of Scottsdale.

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