NEW YORK — LightFair has announced that admission to its exhibit hall, regularly priced from $99 to $325, will be complimentary for the 2021 edition, October 25-29, at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Registration is required at Lightfair.com/registration.
“The LightFair team recognizes that this is an unusual and challenging year for all of our constituents, so we saw it fit to remove any possible barriers to attend,” said Dan Darby, LightFair Show Director. “We want to ensure as many industry professionals and designers as possible have the chance to reconnect and conduct in-person conversations at LightFair. Without having to take into consideration the cost of attendance, the lighting industry can more seamlessly get back to business.”
The waived cost of admission to the LightFair Trade Show presents an opportunity for New York’s globally recognized design community, comprised of tens of thousands of designers and students, to easily and affordably experience the intersection of innovations in lighting, design, and technology. Attendees can expect to see curated tours to help navigate the show floor, panels featuring NYCxDesign, WILD – Women in Design + Lighting, and LightFair mentors and mentees, new exhibitor giveaways, and more on the show floor. For more information on exhibitors and amenities at the trade show, visit https://www.lightfair.com/tradeshow.
Admission to the LightFair Conference, which runs October 25-29, ranges from $90 to $1,495. LightFair Conference attendees will have access to some 35+ sessions across six tracks, spanning over the five days of the conference. Sessions will range from 2-days, 1-day, daily workshops, 90-minute sessions and 60-minute sessions, offering near 90 CEUs. Full conference information and pricing is available at https://www.lightfair.com/conference.
LightFair runs October 25-29 at the Javits Center in New York City. Information and registration are available at Lightfair.com/registration.
Safer Floor. Safer Show.
LightFair 2021 will adapt to allow safer product exploration and education as outlined in its “Safer Floor.
Safer Show.” guidelines. LightFair is working closely with the Javits Center to stay up-to-date on
recommendations and guidelines from the CDC and New York State. The full “Safer Floor. Safer Show.”
protocols are at LightFair.com/attend/safety-protocols.
For any further information on LightFair’s 2021 show and conference, visit Lightfair.com.Tagged with Lightfair