It is with great disappointment that we announce the official cancellation of Blade Show 2020. We were looking very forward to seeing everyone again and sharing with you, our readers, all of the great knives and knife makers at this year’s show.
But, don’t worry. We at Knife & Gear Society still maintain great connections, and friendships, throughout the industry and will remain on top of new products and news throughout the year. Rest assured, we will continue to keep bringing you the best products in the industry, on a regular basis.
We are optimistic that we will be able to return to Blade Show next year and bring you the great coverage you have come to appreciate from us.
More from Blade Show below.
For immediate release, from the desk of BladeShow.com
With the 39th annual BLADE Show scheduled for Aug. 7-9, we have been receiving countless questions from exhibitors and attendees about the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the show and its guests.
Unfortunately, we have reluctantly come to the conclusion that it’s in the best interest of all concerned to cancel BLADE Show 2020.
Please know that we did not reach this decision lightly. Having been in daily contact with guests, exhibitors, local officials and the show venue for the past two months, it has become apparent that we cannot present a 2020 event that meets exhibitor and attendee expectations and BLADE Show standards.
While the state of Georgia continues to grapple with decisions about new guidelines and restrictions…
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Joshua Swanagon has studied survival in both urban and wilderness environments in Colorado and Michigan for most of his life, while also adding experience in harsher terrains abroad. He utilizes his experience and years of diverse martial arts and combatives training and real world application as a self-defense/combatives instructor, published freelance writer and Field Editor for various magazines in the fields of knives, survival, self-defense and tactical subject matters. Joshua also brings with him his years of experience as Editor of, and Subject Matter Expert for, Knives Illustrated Magazine.
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