The Business Crossroads of Music, Sound and Event Technology

The NAMM Show is the definitive platform for the music, sound and event technology communities to unite, featuring more than 7,000 brands, cutting-edge industry education, as well as exclusive special events, concerts and experiences.

The event promotes the benefits and pleasures in the music industry and their products. The event offers a wide range of products from more than 7000 brand names worldwide. The event is the only place where the exhibitors can connect with the customers face to face and endorse their products. The event acts as a crossroad between professionals and innovative musicians and composers to get to know each other and interact and expand business. The visitors can find every imaginable music products and learn about handymanconnection.com new products based on current trends and technology. The event is a must attend for every music industry and musicians.

  Find New Products and Solutions

The NAMM Show will showcase a dedicated event technology hall, conveniently locating new products and community features together to make it easier to connect and conduct business.

  Parnelli Awards

The NAMM Show is honored to host the highly anticipated Parnelli Awards, which honors professionals that have illustrated excellence in event technology, as well as several other networking events.

  Develop Your Skills

Expand your professional opportunities with industry-curated education sessions from ESTA, Timeless Communications, Audinate, and TEC Tracks and renew your ETCP credits for FREE!

  Get Inspired

The personal connections sparked or rekindled here will energize your passion for your craft while you enjoy all that sunny Southern California has to offer.

 Happy Hour for Behind the Scenes

Join your peers at ESTA’s charity event that provides financial assistance to entertainment technology professionals or their immediate family who are seriously ill or injured.

  Event Technology Across the Campus

Explore the latest products and ideas on five stage set-ups, unique events like Neal Preston’s gallery display in the NAMM Member Center and manufacturer-training throughout the show.