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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.
Music China to be postponed to October 2022
In light of the current pandemic situation in China, Music China, originally scheduled to take place in January 2022, has been postponed to 26 – 29 October 2022 at the same venue, the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. The move is in support of the government’s anti-pandemic measures and will allow exhibitors and visitors to concentrate their resources more efficiently.
Music China postponed to January 2022
In light of the recent pandemic situation in China, the 20th edition of Music China will be re-scheduled from October to 14 – 17 January 2022 at the same venue, the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. The move is in alignment with the Chinese government’s anti-pandemic measures, and will ensure that the organisers can deliver as safe a fair as possible for participants.
Music China generates substantial attention for new innovations
As one of the world’s largest trade fairs for musical instruments, Music China provides a convergence point for professionals and enthusiasts alike to sample new innovations and novelties. Both on the show floor and at the fair’s New Product Global Launch awards, the fair has become renowned for its variety. This year the selection will be as broad as ever, with many local and international brands confirmed to join the upcoming 2021 edition, taking place from 13 – 16 October at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the fair will encompass a wider variety of Chinese musical instruments while a number of domestic pavilions will also be formed.
All the important information about your trade fair visit
Admission only to journalists and exhibitors within the framework of their press activities. The Press Center opens daily during the fair.
Efficient working environment:
- Internet service in the Press centre
- PC work station(s)
- Interview room(s)
The following materials are available:
- Messe Frankfurt's press releases
- Exhibitors' press releases
Relax in the Press centre:
- Snacks and drinks
- Cloak room
- Music China Floorplan (jpg, 3 MB)
Press registration & contact
Any member of the press wishing to attend this fair should contact us. Our contacts would be happy to help you with any queries you might have relating to your reports. Alternatively, you can register onsite by presenting your business card at the registration counter during the fair.
Contact persons for the press
Ms Rachel Leung
Phone +852 2230 9297
Fax +852 2598 7919