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at NAMM 2024
The NAMM Show is the world's largest trade event for musical instruments and technology. Each year, thousands of brands show off their latest innovations for retailers and the media - keep an eye on this page for the latest news, rumours, and hottest releases from NAMM 2024!
NAMM 2024: January 25th-28th
We’ll be on the ground in Anaheim, CA, bringing you the breaking news, freshest releases, and behind-the-scenes content as it happens. Click the links below to browse all the gear on show at NAMM, and keep an eye on our newsfeed for updates throughout the weekend.
What is NAMM?
NAMM (which stands for National Association of Music Merchants) is a US-based, non-profit organisation that’s focused on promoting music and instruments across the world. They assist retailers, manufacturers and distributors within the industry, and host major trade shows multiple times a year.
Not only are they always on hand to help with trade issues & intellectual property, they also facilitate music education, regulations, music charities and more, with the aim of keeping the spirit of music alive.
Is the NAMM show open to the public?
Unfortunately, 'The NAMM Show' is not open to the public. However, we have our trusted video team roaming around at the event with their cameras; finding the most interesting new equipment and bringing you exclusive content!
What's the difference between Summer & Winter NAMM?
Before 2020, NAMM hosted two industry shows for Winter & Summer respectively. The Winter NAMM Show took place (and still does) in January in Anaheim, California, while Summer NAMM takes place in June/July in Tennessee. Find out more about the differences with our blog!
Is NAMM still important?
The NAMM show has always been the place to be for instrument makers, press, retailers, and people from every corner of the industry. It’s the ultimate opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, get an overview of the industry’s direction for the year, and see the hottest trends & new releases as they arrive.
The pandemic meant that the show couldn’t take place in the same way for a few years, but it’s gradually returning to its former glory as the instrument industry’s headline event. Check out our blog to find out more!