Due to the COVID-19 virus and a “Stay at Home” order issued by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, FMCA's business operations will not be operating at full capacity until at least May 1, 2020. We will do our best to service you in a timely manner, but could be delayed in responding. Additionally, we will not be mailing or shipping any items while the “Stay At Home” order is in effect.


Entertainment Highlights

Expect great entertainment, and lots of it during the convention. Not only will we have four nights of terrific entertainment, but we will keep you humming throughout the day with toe-tapping music to start your day at coffee hour and mid-day acts that are sure to keep a bounce in your step and a smile on your face. The entire lineup will be listed in entertainment schedule as acts are added.

Thursday, March 26

Jim Pelley

Friday, March 27

Chapter Block Party

Saturday, March 28

Josh Turner

Sunday, March 29

Three Dog Night

The Magic Mile

Start your Saturday morning with some good old-fashioned exercise and camaraderie! Join fellow FMCA members for The Magic Mile, a 1-mile course that will take you through the fairgrounds, giving you a chance to see the different areas of the convention. Participants are welcome to walk, run, or ride mobility scooters. You can even bring your furry four-legged friends! The best part about The Magic Mile? It’s for a good cause! All of the proceeds raised from registration fees will be donated directly to a charity in the local Tucson area. To sign up for The Magic Mile, click here.


For many attendees, the primary reason they come to FMCA conventions is for the learning opportunities available through the seminar program. Where else can you find so much information available in one place? Throughout the four-day event, industry experts, manufacturer representatives, and service providers convey the latest information about RVs and the traveling lifestyle. The seminar line-up will be updated regularly on this site.

The seminar list, as of December 16, 2019, and subject to change, illustrates the depth and breadth of educational topics that will be presented during the Tucson convention. Please refer to the event program for additional information and consult the event app for real-time updates. The app will be available to download closer to the event.

Social Activities

At an FMCA convention, you can meet thousands of people who enjoy the traveling lifestyle with a thirst to see and do new things all in one place. At the convention, you will have all sorts of opportunities to meet new friends. From the informal parking lot happy hours to the planned area gatherings, there are plenty of social events for all to have a great time!

  • Bingo
  • Karaoke with A Keck
  • Dinner with Barb Maxey
  • Noche de Fiesta with Dave Madaw
  • Bean Bag Toss
  • Whisker Games
  • The Magic Mile
  • FMCA Supersized Book Club
Book Club

Join the FMCA Supersized Book Club!

Tucson convention attendees will have the opportunity to meet New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance, the featured speaker at FMCA’s Supersized Book Club, on Sunday, March 29, at 10:30 AM. Readers may be familiar with her J.P. Beaumont, Joanna Brady, and Ali Reynolds mystery series, or her five interrelated thrillers about the Walker family. She also has written a volume of poetry.

If you’d like to participate in FMCA’s Supersized Book Club at the “Sunsets and Saguaros” convention, 1) RSVP at https://join.fmca.com/az20book-1/ and 2) Pick up a copy of Hour of the Hunter and/or Second Watch to bring with you to the convention. Order from online retailers, including this Tucson bookstore: https://www.mostlybooksaz.com/ja-jance-books-fmca.