Leading publications, What Hi-Fi?, Hi-Fi+, Hi-Fi World and HiFi Pig have all confirmed their involvement with The Indulgence Show – the UK’s newest and brightest event, that brings quality audio to London.
Hi-Fi+, Hi-Fi World and HiFi Pig are each presenting a floor of the Audio London zone, plus there’ll be subscription offers, events and features presented by some of the magazines to provide additional and compelling reasons for their readers to visit to the show.
As part of the ‘event that presents three shows in one’, Audio London occupies the Mezzanine, Second and Third floors of the Novotel London West Conference Centre, running alongside the headroom and Pure Pleasure zones. HiFi Pig will be focused on the Mezzanine Floor, where brands such as Naim, AudioQuest, Cabasse and The Chord Company are exhibiting. The second floor, with exhibitors including PMC, Chord Electronics, Monitor Audio and Arcam, sees Hi-Fi+ as the media presenter. On the third floor, Hi-Fi World will be in attendance alongside Michell, ProAc, Longdog Audio and Innuos.
What Hi-Fi? has also confirmed its attendance at the 2017 Indulgence Show, with a presence that includes a hi-fi help area and subscription offers.
What Hi-Fi? will be taking an area on the Champagne level near the headroom zone. The editorial and review team will be on hand to answer show visitors’ questions on all things hi-fi, be it streaming, high-res, turntables or system matching.
Vernon Hamblin, show organiser, says, “We are delighted by the commitment of the media to The Indulgence Show’s second year and are very pleased that they were encouraged by the success of the first year’s show, which brought a quality audio show back to London for the first time in around a decade.” He continues, “With a combined readership that reaches into the tens of thousands in print and millions online, it is a tremendous boost for the event and we look forward to welcoming the readers of these excellent publications to Hammersmith at the end of September. For potential exhibitors, it’s another very good reason to book space at the show.”