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Live DEMOlition Event

Sign Up for the 2020 Live DEMOlition Event in Austin

This year’s second annual Live DEMOlition Event was a resounding success.  The event grew substantially in its second year growing to almost 700 attendees, introducing more vendors and equipment, becoming an all-day event and also adding a competition section where participants could test their skills.  We also brought in food trucks for all our attendees and had a children’s section with remote control equipment to make this event a true family affair.  Check out the highlights from our 2019 Live DEMOlition Event sponsored by Liebherr below!

As we head back to Austin in 2020 for Demolition Austin – we look to build off this year’s success and make our Live DEMOlition Event bigger and better than ever before! 

In an effort to allow you to budget and plan for the 2020 Live DEMOlition Event we are starting the process to sign up earlier than ever before. If you are interested in participating at our 2020 event please fill out the intent formand return it to Sales Manager Ryan Leach at

Those who return the intent form will be given priority in selecting their space for the event and will be the first to receive follow up information and final contracts.

hands-on demonstrations include:
The Live DEMOlition Event will feature concrete processing, material handling, robotics and more.
  • Concrete saws
  • Cutting tools
  • Drones
  • Robotics equipment
  • Excavators
  • Demolition equipment

how to dress

Attire for the event is casual. We encourage you to dress in layers and wear jeans, t-shirts, and windbreakers. The weather could be chilly in the morning and warm by Noon. This event will take place rain or shine so please be prepared in case of inclement weather.

You are required to wear steel toe shoes and/or closed toe shoes. You will not be allowed within the demonstration area if you do not have the proper shoes. In addition to the proper footwear, attendees will be required to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety vests, ear protection, eye protection, and hard hats. This equipment will be provided but attendees are also permitted to wear their own.