The UK Drum Show 2023 Welcomes New & Returning Exhibitors for 2023
The UK Drum Show are pleased to announce further new exhibitors joining the line-up of brands, along with companies returning that missed the shows return at the ACC Liverpool due to product or staff shortages due to COVID.
Whilst challenges continue, numerous businesses have been swift to support the return of the much loved UK Drum Show, when it returns September 30th & 1st October 2023 at the ACC Liverpool.
“Naturally we are thrilled to welcome new businesses and brands to display to our guests, along with several companies that were clearly missed when The UK Drum Show returned earlier this year. The music industry has had plenty to deal with during the pandemic compounded further by economic challenges, however, the robustness and spirit of this community has always shone a beacon of togetherness and for our small part as organisers, our efforts continue with attracting more drummers to this dedicated drummer event year on year. Special thanks must go out to all the companies and guests that continue to share their experience 4 months after this years show, with personal experience videos, artist performance videos and product highlights,” says Neil Golding show organiser.
“The success of any event is momentum, something that we as organisers continue to underpin with new and existing companies that exhibit at The UK Drum Show. Year on year our social reach and e-shot database continues to expand with every show we organise, and ticket we sell, and with it, we constantly encourage to see the show beyond just the weekend of the show. Whilst this event takes place over just 48 hours, we have the attention of drummers 365 days a year and an audience that is receptive and engaging with artist, product and innovation news all year round. I think companies that have realised there is an opportunity to reach a targeted audience all year round by being associated with the show and being able to keep our guests informed with their latest news and developments ahead of the show, see this clearly as an associated benefit which compliments their brand, drives awareness for their products and attracts more customers to their sites, socials and product message ahead of the show days; a clear benefit” concludes Golding.
Dedicated to the idea that all drummers share the same quest, Dixon has paired its reputation for quality manufacturing with its high regard for the drumming collective. It’s this union of craftsmanship and community that shapes our future.
Dixon has been manufacturing drums and hardware for over forty years Est.1979. The experience and craftmanship of the team make Dixon proud of the products. Nowadays you can see Dixon’s innovation not only on accessories but also on the focus on acoustic sound. A great variety of drum shell materials and craftsman finishes really make Dixon’s collection distinguished.
It is never a secret that Dixon’s holding company, Reliance Musical, also manufacturer other renowned percussion brands for decades. The investment on molding, machinery, wood inventory, and design also facilitates Dixon’s product development.
Yes, Dixon is a brand that sounds familiar. But it is not a brand that familiar to what you think of!
“We’re at Dixon are very happy to be a part of the coming UK Drum Show in 2023 and get the chance to get in contact again with the Drummer community”. Dixon Drums
Sonor Drums will return for The UK Drum Show 2023. Sorely missed as a regular exhibitor along with their typical stunning display of Sonor Drums. Sonor were absent this year due to pandemic challenges but are thrilled to return next year. www.sonor.com
Electronic Drum maker Alesis will return for 2023 after delays preventing them from appearing at The UK Drum Show this year. A historic go-to booth for drummers seeking to check out a variety of ranges of e-drums the Alesis team will be on hand for drummers to check out all their latest e-innovations. Alesis
To exhibit at The UK Drum Show 2023 contact: [email protected] or call +44(0)7717 404 243.
source – Music Instrument News