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Music China: hall space expands as international brands confirm their return
Following better than expected early-stage exhibitor sign-ups, hall space for this year’s Music China will rise to 120,000 sqm. For context, that’s an increase of 20% from 2020 to reach almost 80% of the pre-pandemic 2019 scale. With the country’s borders now open and exhibitor registration in full swing, over 1,000 international brands from 22 countries and regions have already confirmed their return – a figure that is expected to rise in the months ahead. The international lineup includes country and region pavilions from the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan and Spain, as well as individual exhibitors from Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, China, Hungary, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Poland, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand the UK, and the US.
Music China announces October 2023 return; exhibitor registration now open
The dates are set: Asia’s largest trade fair for musical instruments will make its homecoming from 11 – 14 October 2023 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre – its longstanding home since 2002. Expectations for the fair to return on a strong footing next year are high, particularly given the country’s unrivalled position as not only the world’s biggest instrument manufacturer but also the largest market.
2022 edition of Music China postponed; new dates to be announced
Formerly scheduled to take place in Nanjing from 17 – 20 November, Music China will now be moved to a later timeslot with the new dates to be confirmed by the organisers at the earliest opportunity. The decision to postpone the fair is in support of the government’s pandemic control measures following a recent increase in covid-19 cases in the country.
Music China to relocate to Nanjing during new November 2022 timeslot
As an interim arrangement in response to the ongoing pandemic control measures in Shanghai, Music China is moving to Nanjing for its landmark 20th edition. The temporary move away from its long-standing home will give exhibitors more confidence in their planning while also ensuring the fair attracts a high volume of domestic buyers. Originally scheduled to take place in late October, the fair will now be held from 17 – 20 November 2022 at the Nanjing International Expo Center, with these new dates introduced to give participants an extra three weeks to plan their arrangements.
Lang Lang joins Music China as a Global Charity Ambassador ahead of October 2022 edition
When it comes to global recognition, there are few icons more widely treasured than Chinese pianist Lang Lang, who has raised the profile of Chinese musicians to a new level on the international stage. For almost two decades, Music China has embarked on a similar journey. As one of the world’s largest trade fairs for musical instruments, the fair has opened up the Chinese market to the international industry, building a close-knit global community of suppliers, dealers, distributors and enthusiasts. As industry trendsetters, the duo have now joined hands to promote Music China internationally and raise awareness of music education ahead of the highly anticipated 20th anniversary edition.
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Mr Alexander Holdsworth
Phone +852 2230 9279
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