The website registration page features simple forms to be filled out, one each for trade and educators and all applications will be submitted to the organizer, with passes issued nearer to the show. The organizer has asked everyone to note that the education form is for teachers and for student groups visiting the show and a fee of £5 per student will be charged.
The show will open on June 11th at London’s Excel exhibition centre to an exclusive day for trade, educators and VIPs, giving those visitors a prior viewing of the 200-plus exhibitors before the general public is allowed in from the June 12th.
Even after the public days have begun, the show will have an exclusive trade lounge in the acoustic area for meetings and trade will have special entrances to allow them immediate access to the show at all times.
“The London International Music Show embraces the entire music making industry and is packed full of features, new product launches, celebrities, seminars, conferences and trade meetings,” commented the show’s press officer, David Phillips. “This is an unmissable opportunity to gain hundreds of innovative ideas for your business and meet and do business with European and International companies anxious to launch products into the UK.”
Following the trade day, June 12th will focus on a programme of activities for students, run by Music For Youth.
Exhibitors will shortly be able to download their exhibitor’s manual from the site in a move to be more environmentally friendly. Regular news updates will be posted on the official LIMS website and on this website. MI Pro is the official and exclusive trade media partner for the show.