SUPERBOOTH has developed into one of the most interesting musical instrument trade fairs in Europe in a very short period of time, with more than 5000 visitors and 170 exhibitors, SUPERBOOTH17 has been a great success and was very well received by the media. However, these figures are expected to be significantly exceeded in 2018. The demand for exhibition space has always outstripped supply, so that SUPERBOOTH has been able to expand steadily and will again offer more exhibition space in 2018. The additional space is already occupied in large parts with those applications that could not be considered this year. Manufacturers who want to be part of SUPERBOOTH18 should therefore apply for exhibition space as soon as possible.
With this extra room it is possible to expand the range of product categories shown at SUPERBOOTH18 for an even more complete experience. Because of the great success in 2017 the organizers have decided to return to FEZ Berlin in 2018 and develop the event in the same venue. The unique design of the FEZ building, the outside-area, the exhibitor areas, studios, workshop rooms and food court provide an excellent basis for SUPERBOOTH18 and they are spread barrier-free over three floors. The visitors get the chance to meet a large number of exhibitors from all over the world right here in Berlin. In addition to the exhibition stands, there will be around 30 daily concerts and live performances, workshops and talks taking place again.
The fair is characterised by its incomparable atmosphere, an energetic mixture of fair and cultural event, which inspires both visitors and exhibitors alike. Even during the special opening hours for trade visitors, this atmosphere has a positive impact and sets SUPERBOOTH apart from other trade fairs. Tickets and hotel recommendations are on sale in advance in November, which means SUPERBOOTH18 is approaching and planning is already in full swing.
SUPERBOOTH has been a quite big event in 2017 and it will be expanding in 2018, so we are working on a better posting system to avoid:
…sorry again Nick!