AXPONA Rescheduled to April 22-24, 2022
AXPONA announced today that the show originally scheduled for October this year has been postponed to April 2022.
Event Director, Liz Miller Smith, said in a statement:
Exhibitors and attendees travel to AXPONA from throughout the United States and from more than 40 other countries. Over the last few weeks, citing concerns over personal health, the unpredictability of international travel restrictions and reinstated companywide travel bans, many community members have told us they are unwilling or unable to commit to AXPONA in October.
According to event organizers, enthusiasm for the upcoming show “was sky high”. Ticket sales and exhibitor bookings were said to be encouraging. However, the recent surge of the Delta variant of COVID-19, which is currently crippling cities, was cited as the reason for the event postponement.
Even organizers have secured the April 22-24, 2022 date, promoting “over 200 listening rooms, the Ear Gear Experience, Record Fair, Expo Hall, live concerts, networking events and so much more fun for audio gear buyers and sellers from all over the world to safely enjoy.”
Future dates have also been secured for April 14-16, 2023 and April 12-14, 2024. Ticket holders may call or send questions to Liz Smith, and exhibitors and sponsors may call or send questions to Mark Freed (contact details via the AXPONA website).
All eyes are now looking towards RMAF, scheduled for October 8-10, 2021, in Denver, Colorado. Meanwhile, major consumer electronics brands continue to withdraw from the upcoming CEDIA Expo scheduled for September 1-3 in Marion County, Indiana, which has also seen a steady increase in new daily cases over the past 30 days. Show organizers say “the show will go on”.
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