We can't wait to see you again!

The Decorated Apparel Expo is returning to the KCI Expo Center for our 2020 show! This bigger venue has allowed us to bring you more vendors and lots of special features that we just couldn't 'fit in' before! Register today and mark your calendar to attend February 21 & 22, 2020. This is one event you can't afford to miss!


We're Sorry. . .

Published Pre-registration deadline - Feb. 16, 2020

It's too late to pre-register for DAX Kansas City 2020, February 21-22, 2020 at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City...

DAX Kansas City 2020 at a Glance:

February 21-22, 2020

Pre-registration Ended:
February 16, 2020
(At this time, only on-site registration is possible.)

KCI Expo Center
11730 Ambaassador Rd
Kansas City, MO

Room Reservations

Trade Floor Hours:
Friday, Feb 22
10:00AM - 5:00PM

Saturday, Feb 23
10:00AM - 3:00PM

Seminar Hours:
Friday, Feb 22
8:30AM - 3:35PM

Saturday, Feb 23
8:30AM - 1:50PM

Bringing Children

Exhibit at DAX

Cancellation Policy

But we would still like to see you there! The Decorated Apparel Expo runs February 21-22, 2020 at the KCI Expo Center.

Enter through the front entrance. The parking lot is free and open for your use. Admission to the trade floor is just $5 at the door, and seminars that are not already sold out can be purchased at the registration desk.

Seminar Availability:

We are seeing increased interest in seminars this year, and attendance is up, but there is still room in all regular-session seminars. If you wish to take seminars and missed pre-registration, please register for them as soon as you arrive.

The following workshops have Sold Out:
Date Seminar Name
Thursday Embroidery from A-Z
Friday Night Shift: Simulated Process Printing
The following workshop has limited seating left:
Date Seminar Name
Friday Breaking the Polyester Barrier with Sublimation
The following seminars have less than 15 seats left:
Date Seminar Name
Friday Starting in E-commerce
5 Fundamentals of Production
Embroidery Basics
Saturday Learn theBasics ofCorelDraw
On Being a Great Screen Printer