Atlanta, GA — UNISON Vision Inc. is launching the Music Makers Trade Show & Conference, a music industry trade show that will also be open to the public. Debuting Sept. 1-2 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, the event is expected to cover 100,000 gross square feet, with space for 163 exhibitors and several stages for performances.
Created by Perri Farmer, CEO of Atlanta-based UNISON Vision, the trade show will target artists, producers, record companies and music equipment manufacturers. “We welcome artists from all music genres, anyone affiliated with the music industry and the general public to join us in Atlanta,” said Farmer. “This event is exclusively for music makers, music listeners and music lovers.”
The event will be produced by Atlanta-based ExpoPlus, a full-service official service contractor, and its Conventions Exhibits Promotions Inc. (CEPI) division, a trade show and conference producer. CEPI produces events for the National Education Association, Ecological Society of America and the Essence Jazz Festival. ExpoPlus and CEPI are wholly-owned units of Bodden Partners, a New York-based marketing communications firm.
“Atlanta is the Southern capital for music, and there is no other platform in the region like it,” Barbara Stroup, vice president, business development, CEPI, told Trade Show Executive. Stroup will serve as show director for the event. “Bodden does not have a financial ownership stake, but we certainly have a very deep and true partnership with the UNISON team.”
Reach Barbara at (404) 953-4865 or bstroup@CEPIExpo.com