Got curious and looked at it. It seems more like 2.5 days of classes than a show. So, it's more like $435 for classes. The Market Place (think show floor) is $10 to get in. It's not clear how many vendors will be there, though. There are some elbow rubbing activities with fellow attendees. Not sure the value of that.
The class descriptions are pretty interesting - with a number of meaty topics. One problem I see is that there are 9 class times and 42 classes so you will only be able to take less than one quarter of the classes. Also, it doesn't seem like it would be hands-on since each session is 2 hrs long. It's likely you will get a fairly brief overview of the topic and not a lot of depth.
If I lived in the area, I might consider doing it. They will have a lot of fairly well known wood workers presenting there. Though, you can probably find many videos on each topic online. For example, Stumpy Nubbs will be there teaching a course called "Make your own Woodworking Machines". Or you could just watch his videos.