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Popular PLASA Focus Leeds show returns to the North of England in May

UK – The popular PLASA Focus Leeds exhibition will return from 9th to 10th May to the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. Free registration is now open for the show, which offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover the very latest technology for live events, installation, broadcast and AV, including the first UK opportunity to preview products from recent international launches.

Over 175 of the industry’s leading international brands will showcase their state of the art technology at the show, from lighting products from show sponsor Chauvet (stand P-20), to audio solutions from d&b audiotechnik (stand N-A24), Nexo (stand N-B02) and Sennheiser (stand R-B18), to rigging services from UK Rigging (stand R-C19), there promises to be something for everyone.

For those interested in developing their professional development, PLASA’s industry leading seminar programme will return to Leeds, with sessions focused on topics affecting the audio, lighting, video and rigging sectors. The two-day programme will include a mixture of presentations, technical demonstrations and panel discussions, designed to help build industry knowledge and develop practical skills.

PLASA Focus Leeds is the only show in the North of England which delivers this combination of world-class brands and expert-led seminar sessions, coupled with the opportunity to develop business connections with over 2,500 visitors.

Chris Toulmin, director of PLASA Events comments: “PLASA Focus Leeds is very much regarded in the industry as a show to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in the market, with a relaxed atmosphere suited to building business connections. People genuinely look forward to visiting.”

“This will be the 9th year of the show and it continues to grow. Last year we opened The Pavilion to make room for more stands on the show floor, and it looks like this will be another sell-out show.”
PLASA Focus Leeds is free to attend and will return to The Royal Armouries Museum from 9th to 10th May, 2017.

To find out more and to register please visit:

20th February 2017

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