NAMM Show returns to Anaheim as a streamlined, safety-first live event

How will the NAMM Show the world’s largest and oldest annual musical instrument, 

equipment and technology show pivot back to being a live event this weekend after canceling last year’s

By proceeding with an abundance of caution and by offering onsite rapid antigen and PCR testing to attendees

By shifting from its traditional wintertime slot to June, streamlining this year’s edition from four days

To three and consolidating it with the 2022 summer NAMM show, which will resume in Nashville in July 2023.

By spacing exhibit areas farther apart at the Friday-through-Sunday, members-only event 

at the Anaheim Convention Center and reducing its footprint by 50% in the 1.8-million-square-foot center

By launching NAMM Show+. It is a 24/7 interactive unified platform that builds on last year’s first-ever 

online NAMM Show — the free, five-day Believe in Music week — to connect brands and attendees 

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