As North America's premier East Coast show, we have to remain at the top of our game and strive to reach and entertain new markets for both visitors and exhibitors alike. Our move to Brooklyn has had a tremendously enthusiastic response from the industry and its new dates: September 26th - 28th 2014, were chosen to fit in with the worldwide show schedules. This event is an opportunity to showcase your wares to an exciting and fresh audience of young and seasoned, affluent and enthusiastic music lovers, at a venue that promises to deliver a great show. We have room sizes and prices to fit most budgets; a date that opens the Fall selling season, and above all a show that builds on the success of the previous New York shows.
Brooklyn is rife with vinyl fanatics, so we will be featuring a really outstanding Vinyl zone with used/new record dealers, turntable manufacturers, and all the accessories.
We will also be featuring a High Resolution Audio Zone in conjunction with HeadZones. Showcasing the latest technology for High Res downloads and associated gear including D/A and A/D converters, high resolution music streamers and portable players, visitors will be able to experience first-hand the pleasure and quality of their music.
Our show is right before the Holiday buying season, in the country's largest market (plus all the national media are here). Also you can sell directly at this show. This is a great opportunity for your new product introductions, and to introduce your gear to new customers. The New York Audio Show is right in time to get your gear on everyone's Holiday Wish Lists.
Come be a part of this groundbreaking event!
The New York Audio Show is held at the stunning New York Marriott on the Brooklyn Bridge Hotel, and takes place from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th September 2014.
This 4-star Brooklyn hotel is located across the river from Manhattan, a 10-minute drive to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. The Borough Hall Subway Station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel and Manhattan is only 15 minutes away by subway. Commodore Barry Park is a 15-minute walk from the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott and the Brooklyn Academy of Music is a 10-minute taxi drive away.
Besides being the 4th largest city in the US, Brooklyn is a really hip community - young affluent consumers are flocking to neighbourhoods such as Brooklyn Heights, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill & Park Slope. The revitalization of downtown Brooklyn via the new Barclays Center has also made the area a major destination with new retail shops, restaurants, and at least 8 MTA subway stations within walking distance of the hotel. And Brooklyn has never had an Audio Show. And this will be the first audio show in Brooklyn.
— Jeff Dorgay, ToneAudio Magazine