Former President Trump to Address NRA Members at Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg

The National Rifle Association announced that President Donald J. Trump will address NRA members as the keynote speaker at the NRA Presidential Forum, part of the NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show, on Friday, February 9, 2024, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The event starts at 5:00 pm. Doors open at 3:00 pm.  You may not line-up until 12:30pm.  The event will take place in the Large Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. Admission to the event is free with the purchase of a Great American Outdoor Show ticket.

U.S. Secret Service will control security within the Large Arena of the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and require attendees of the forum to be screened through magnetometers before entry. You will be subject to a search of your person and belongings.

Per the U.S. SECRET SERVICE, firearms, firearm accessories, knives, and other items WILL NOT BE PERMITTED in the Large Arena. For a full list of prohibited items, please click here. Read the list of prohibited items carefully before traveling to the event. You will not be allowed in the Large Arena with any of the items on this list. Attendees are strongly advised to not bring bags to help with timely security processing.

NRA President Charles Cotton commented, “President Trump’s unwavering support for the Second Amendment, and his track record of protecting the rights of gun owners make him an exemplary speaker for this momentous event. His fellow NRA members can’t wait to hear from him for the eighth time.”

Randy Kozuch, executive director of NRA-ILA, added, “President Trump’s presence at the Great American Outdoor Show is a testament to his ongoing commitment to our constitutional freedoms. His leadership has been crucial in safeguarding the rights of hunters, sportsmen, and all Americans who cherish our outdoor heritage.”

The NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show is the world’s largest outdoor show, spanning nine days and featuring over 1,000 exhibitors across 650,000 square feet of exhibit space. Last year, the event welcomed 200,000 NRA members and patriots, celebrating hunting, fishing, and outdoor traditions.