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14 – 17 October 2015, Shanghai

Welcome to Music China

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Be spoilt for choice with an incredible range of music products at Music China, the largest fair of its kind in Asia! Scheduled from 14-17 October, Music China 2015 will keep the beat up. Over 1,800 exhibitors and suppliers from more than 30 countries and regions are planning to showcase the latest market’s favorites.

Apart from bringing in the up-and-coming products, diversified fringe programs will be held to cater for different needs. Music education will be one of the highlights, renowned speakers will share their insights on a variety of topics and tips on growing your business. From master classes to industry forums, from traditional music appreciation to the never-ending music live shows, be sure to stop by one of the amazing events!

Plan now to experience the unexpected. We are looking forward to welcoming you at Music China!

New to Shanghai? Looking for a brand? Please do not hesitate to contact us to find out more.

Email: mu sic athongkong .messefrankfurt .com

What did visitors say about Music China

“There are some famous brands here from America, France, Germany and the UK which make the fair a good place to come. It’s also good to have many concerts here at the fair. It adds a nice atmosphere to a trade event.”

Mr Stephane Loyer, Producciones Bles, France

“The range and quality of the products here are very good. There are a lot of new suppliers here this year, including some small accessories suppliers which are interested to find out what’s new. This fair covers everything so it’s really good from a sourcing point of view. It’s a very exciting show with a lot of energy here.”

Mr Jonathan Myall, Jonathan Myall Music / Justflutes.com, UK

“I like everything about the fair, the price is acceptable and the service provided by the Chinese companies is really good. Chinese suppliers are very resourceful too and help us with the import process.”

Mr Nicaio G. Oliveira, Commercial Director, Dylan Music Do Brasil

“This fair is very professional and big. It’s not just good for sourcing but also an opportunity to learn what’s new in the industry and to experience different musical instruments. This is important for people like us who are involved in music education. I found some keyboards and traditional Chinese instruments that I like.”

Mr Hong Jun Cheng, Yihai Music, China

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