The 2017 Summer NAMM show will be held here in Nashville in just a few weeks, from July 13 to July 15. The final day, July 15, will be open to all music enthusiasts to visit vendor booths and demo new gear:
NASHVILLE – May 2, 2017 – The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) will welcome music industry professionals to its annual Summer NAMM Show on Saturday, July 15. The members-only conference and tradeshow will open its doors to musicians, songwriters, sound and recording pros, music educators, students and others involved in the production and creation of music and live sound, and feature special, professional development opportunities, networking events, live performances and the chance to check out the latest gear from the industry’s top music instrument and pro audio companies.
Highlights of the day include a robust professional development schedule, offering attendees the opportunity to learn from leaders in their space and network with like-minded peers. Presenters include the Nashville Songwriters Association International, guitar pros and editors from Guitar Player magazine, social media, PR and marketing experts, as well as accomplished songwriters.
The schedule starts at 10:30 a.m. and covers topics such as:
· How to Build an Audience on Instagram
· The Future of the Guitar
· Musician Marketing: Insider Tips to Grow Your Brand
· Hit Songwriting: Making the Most of Cutting-Edge Trends
· The Art of Endorsement Deals
· 2017 Songwriter Success Summit
Music Industry Day attendees will have the opportunity to demo the latest in new musical instruments and pro audio gear from top-name makers spanning all categories making it a one-stop shop for pros looking for musical sources of inspiration and to connect. To view the show floor map and list of exhibitors, please visit: https://www.namm.org/summer/2017.
Tickets are available now for only $10 at https://www.namm.org/summer/2017/music-industry-day/ and available the morning of Saturday, July 15 at Nashville Music City Center for $20.
The Music City Center is a nice venue and Nashville is a great city to visit if you’re on the fence about coming to the show.