The 2015 NAMM Show is an action-packed global industry event where you can expand your share of the market in the coming year with face-to-face meetings, product demos, idea-filled sessions and networking opportunities. As a trade-only event, The NAMM Show is attended by companies that meet the association's membership criteria (generally those that manufacture, distribute and/or retail musical instruments/products), as well as trade and consumer-focused media outlets.
Expand With New Inventory
Explore already established brands and discover unique new suppliers offering never-before-seen products and innovations - everything you need to reenergize your inventory and set your business apart from the competition:
1,500+ Exhibitors From Around the World
5,000+ Music Product Brands
99 Countries Represented
New Companies and Product Debuts
Unexpected and Innovative Finds
Enhance your 2015 NAMM Show experience with the essential information and tools found at the Retail Boot Camp, NAMM U sessions, H.O.T. Zone sessions and the NAMM Foundation Lounge. Schedule time for the sessions that will help you kick off 2015 with new ideas and inspiration - plan ahead and make every minute count!
Check out the many offerings around the show:
Retail Boot Camp is the best intensive one-day training for music retailers, held the day before the show at the Anaheim Hilton, California Ballrooms A-B, second floor
NAMM U Breakfast Sessions discuss the industry's current topics and how to best grow your business—with live music and a warm meal to get you going, at the Anaheim Hilton, Pacific Ballrooms, second floor
The NAMM Idea Center features sessions all day on proven ideas and best practices for music retailers, right on the show floor, Hall B, Booth 5501
The H.O.T. (Hands-On Training) Zone delivers educational sessions and innovative ideas for professionals in the pro audio, entertainment technologies, music business operations, recording, live sound, DJ, house of worship, and stage and lighting industries
The Generation Next Sessions help music business students make the most of their NAMM Show experience and prepare for their future career
The Music Education Days Sessions provide inspiration and information for music education professionals
Resonate With Your Customers!
The 2015 NAMM Show in Anaheim, January 22-25, is your chance to build your company's brand and reach the most important music products buyers and decision makers in the world.
Unveil your hottest new products at the first major industry event of the year - the NAMM Show.
The NAMM Show is the world's largest, most important music products trade show, attended by all the industry's premier decision makers - shouldn't your line be represented?
Everything you've worked for all year has led up to this moment, and your show experience can set you up for everything that will happen in the year ahead. Position your company for success by exhibiting at the NAMM Show, where you'll have four action-packed days to build your company's brand recognition, reach buyers from around the world and be seen by members of the global press - including such high-profile outlets as CNN and USA Today.
At the 2015 NAMM Show, you can...
Reach more than 95,000 attendees from 90+ countries
Build the buzz about your brand
Debut your newest products
Connect with current customers and network with new ones
Promote your products to the media
Connect with distributors - who can place your products both nationally and internationally
Make plans now to reserve your booth at the 2015 NAMM Show, January 22-25, in Anaheim, Calif.
NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), commonly called NAMM in reference to the organization's popular NAMM trade shows, is the not-for-profit association that promotes the pleasures and benefits of making music and strengthens the $17 billion global music products industry. Our association - and our trade shows - serve as a hub for people wanting to seek out the newest innovations in musical products, recording technology, sound and lighting. NAMM's activities and programs are designed to promote music making to people of all ages.