NO LOCAL HIFI SHOW JUST YET, BUT MELBOURNE 2018 IS GO!
StereoNET, Australia's and now New Zealand's leading HiFi and Home Theatre publication is pleased to announce the 2018 International HiFi Show's return to Melbourne, Australia, October 12th - 14th.
The 2017 International HiFi Show in Melbourne was such a success it was reported as not only the best HiFi show in Australia, ever, but just as importantly, it attracted a new and energised audience.
"They were young. They were eager, and they came in droves!" - Peter Familari
Many hope for a local show in the form of the Auckland International HiFi Show, presented by StereoNET, but for now, it's early days.
Marc Rushton, Events Director and StereoNET Publisher said:
The audience that the International HiFi Show attracts is brand new, energised, and the same audience that is investing in premium 4K TV’s, new immersive sound formats, top end speakers, and amplifiers.
For many, they're experiencing high-fidelity sound and premium cinema for the very first time. These customers are crucial to the longevity of the audio-video industry.
Melbourne's 2018 show will see minor changes to the previous format, which will now spread across an additional upper level of the hotel. With over 60 exhibition spaces and more than 150 world‐leading brands, the show is sure to build upon the success of the previous two events held in Melbourne.
The Pullman Mercure Hotel is centrally located in Melbourne overlooking Albert Park, the home of Australian motor racing. Just minutes from the CBD and within easy reach of Melbourne International Airport.
The 2018 show will be promoted through major media publications across Australia and New Zealand, Tourism Victoria, Melbourne Billboards and Posters, as well as building upon the digital and social media reach already established by show organisers.
Tickets to the 2018 Melbourne International HiFi & AV Show are on sale now.
NZ residents making the trip to visit the show also receive complimentary entry across all 3 days. Contact Show Organisers to arrange your tickets.
For more information visit www.hifishow.com.au
Addicted to music from a very early age, Gary built his first pair of loudspeakers at the tender age of 12. Since then he has contributed to a plethora of publications/websites and has even been heard on Newstalk 1ZB as the stations ‘gadget man’. Technically proficient in both analogue and digital, he feels the road ahead is just as exciting as the road already traveled - and he can't wait to tell you about it.
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