Musikmesse – the biggest fair for musical instruments, live music and the music business!
Musikmesse in Frankfurt am Main is the world’s most international fair for musical instruments, sheet music, music production and marketing, and has been the foremost meeting place for the musical-instrument industry for over 25 years.
Comprehensive product overview for four days
During the four days of the fair, manufacturers and dealers, as well as professional, semi-professional and lay musicians get together in Frankfurt am Main and find out about the latest new products. At Musikmesse, manufacturers from all over the world present a complete spectrum of products for making music. From classic instruments, acoustic or electric guitars and basses, brass and woodwind instruments, percussion and keyboard instruments to electronic equipment and computer hardware and software, Musikmesse is where all innovations are presented to international visitors at the same time and place. Additionally, all important publishing companies exhibit at Musikmesse and show their works in all genres, from classic to jazz, rock and pop. Musikmesse 2011 presented 1,504 exhibitors and more than 75,000 visitors.
Musikmesse and Prolight + Sound – complementing each other perfectly
Musikmesse is held concurrently with Prolight + Sound, International Fair of Technologies and Services for Events and Entertainment, and Media Systems Prolight + Sound, International Fair and Congress for Media Technology and Systems Integration. The comprehensive overview of the segments offered by the Musikmesse is supplemented and expanded by the event-technology and systems-integration products presented at Prolight + Sound and Media Systems Prolight + Sound. Holding the two fairs in parallel generates a wide variety of synergetic effects for exhibitors and trade visitors.
The Musikmesse admission ticket also entitles the holder to visit Prolight + Sound and vice versa.
Musikmesse 2012 will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 21 to 24 March.
Visit: Musikmesse 2012 Frankfurt