NAMM Musikmesse Russia - is the only international music event, combining an engaging business and festival program and a professional demonstration platform with a wide range of musical products from the world’s leading brands.
Since making its debut in 2012, NAMM Musikmesse Russia has been established as a perfect MI platform that combines the Russian musical traditions with the international experience. The festival is a perfect venue for both business audience and end-consumers. A wide coverage of show in over 100 media outlets.
NAMM Musikmesse Russia
250+ global brands of musical instruments | 12 914 visitors from 32 countries | 80+ hours of educational and show program
- Electric and bass guitars
- DJ equipment and Sound recording
- Electric and digital pianos, synthesizes
- Amplifiers, effect units and software
- Sound recording
- Electronic drums
- Pianos, grand pianos
- Brass and woodwind instruments
- Plucked string instruments, acoustic guitars
- Accordions, bayans
- Bowed string instruments
- Sheet music, trade media, service enterprises
- Equipment for choirs and orchestras
Exhibitors and visitors about the show
We work in a very bright and warm industry. We need the place to meet, to sound together, to show our partners on the example of our booths that a music store can look stylish and attractive, to make beautiful launches of new products and technologies, and to share experience. And the show is a great place for all these things.
The show was a very positive for me this year. There were many new products at the booths, there were thousands of visitors in the pavilion Drummers United. I strongly believe that all companies must exhibit in the Moscow musical festival.
The musical festival is an opportunity that you should take. Visitors get access to a large number of musical instruments and equipment collected in one place. Manufacturers get a quick feedback from the audience and can analyze their products. I strongly recommend to be active, both buyers and producers. Dry wood is dead.
The show is like a weathercock in the Russian MI industry – shows where to go and what to expect.