Gold Media & Events Organises Visit for Confirmed and Speculative Exhibitors
Gold Media & Events are pleased to announce and welcome committed and speculative exhibitors for a tour of the ACC Liverpool on the 4th of October 2021. The tour will walk guests through the various Exhibition Spaces and Halls, the multiple Live Areas, Experience Rooms and Clinic Rooms, along with practical pointers on Load in Areas to make the return of their live music exhibitions as seamless as possible. Relevant accommodation can also be pointed out as there are many hotels within close proximity of the venue, should exhibitors wish to book accommodation for the 1-3 April 2022. Private offices are available for hire subject to availability within the exhibition centre for any behind door meetings required over the weekend.
Guests are asked to confirm their attendance by reply to the organiser on this email ([email protected]) by no later than Friday 10th of September, so that refreshments can be organised. Guests are asked to arrive by 10.30am, tour commencing 11.00am to 12.30pm with refreshments and any questions or requests to follow.
The building is divided into 3 sections, all interconnected – guests are asked to arrive at the reception of the Exhibition Centre building Illustrated above, with the reception/entrance to the left of this building.
Committed exhibitors are asked to supply news about your business, product developments and innovations, so that the organisers may share as much information ahead of the show dates. There are several European and Worldwide launches taking place at the show, and as time draws closer to the event, please indicate clearly if releases are embargoed, with time and date marked. Relevant press will be shared on show sites, sister consumer news and review websites, along with www.musicinstrumentnews.co.uk so both consumers and trade alike are informed.
“With 7 months to go until the doors open at our new home for our events at the ACC Liverpool, we are excited to bring brands, colleagues and friends together,” states Neil Golding,” show organiser. “It is been for many I suspect, a challenging journey these past few years, but I am confident that we will come out stronger from this experience.” Respected drummer and motivator Dom Famularo recently said “it’s hard to find anything more infectious than enthusiasm. Enthusiasm is the antidote to negativity, the enemy to pessimism, and the destroyer of do nothing indifference.”
“There is lots to be grateful for, Golding continues, with many stories of growth and in new and unprecedented sales of musical instruments, as newcomers embraced and others found time to return to the playing and learning of a musical instrument.” “Equally, there will be musicians that will feel battered and bruised by the COVID experience and we must as industry, town, city and country, all play a part in stimulating and promoting the art and love of playing a musical instrument – for us, to do doing nothing is simply not an option and we must play our part in promoting music making.” “We love music and look forward to welcoming as many like minded businesses to join us April 2-3 2022 in Liverpool.”
*Booths not currently booked can be reserved with a holding deposit to secure your preferred location. Artist suggestions for bass, acoustic, or electric halls are welcome. Drum Show artist line-up is now complete as artists have been carried over from 2020. *
For plans and further questions, please contact Neil Golding +44(0) 7717 404 243 or [email protected]