Let’s face it, a lot of us have had the embedded thoughts in the back of our mind. The thoughts on the inevitable return to our way of life and how ready we will be to get back out there and entertain the masses in the way we used to know.
With the radically ever changing position we find ourselves in as a ‘trade show’ supplier, we have taken the decision to move the next show dates for BPM.
BPM 2020 will now become BPM 2021 and take place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March 2021 at Cranmore Park, Solihull.
The new BPM Show – taking place on Saturday the 20th and Sunday the 21st of October at Cranmore Park in Solihull – is bringing back the popular PLAY@BPM feature from the original BPM Shows. Sponsored by humpter DJ Consoles, the area will give aspiring DJs the opportunity to showcase their talent to fellow DJs, industry professionals and music lovers at BPM 2018.
Following the liquidation of Marked Events Ltd, the GIG show planned as a replacement for BPM | PRO at the Genting Arena this October has been cancelled. However, Pete Williams, owner of Mobile DJ Network, is now organising a new show under the BPM name at Cranmore Park Conference & Exhibition Centre in Solihull on the same weekend.
As BPM prepares to celebrate a landmark tenth show, Marked Events – the organisers of BPM and PRO – has today (25th of February) announced a number of exciting new changes for 2016, giving mobile DJs plenty to look forward to come September…
BPM has announced that it will run an exclusive BPM DJ School feature at this weekend’s Toytopia consumer show at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool. The event, which runs from 24-26 October, will see BPM work alongside renowned DJ industry brands to give both adults and children a chance to check out new gear and try their hand at DJing.
Earlier this month, mobile DJs joined like-minded visitors from across the industry for the ninth annual BPM DJ and electronic music production event. With plenty for professional mobile DJs to see and do, they gathered at the NEC in Birmingham to try out new gear, engage with educational content, network, and check out DJ sets/live PAs.
As well as exhibiting in the Mobile DJ Village, this year’s BPM event will see Pro Mobile hosting one of the Learning Spaces across two days, giving mobile DJs access to a range of informative DJ-relevant seminars presented by some of the industry’s most-experienced figures.
BPM 2015 – the DJing and electronic music production event which takes place this September – has announced the return of its popular Dance Classics Party, providing mobile DJs and other visitors with a line-up of legendary acts set to bring the best retro dance anthems to the CHAUVET BPM ARENA.
The world’s biggest DJ and electronic music production event, BPM, has announced the long-standing DJ controller brand Hercules as its official sponsor for its 2015 show, which will, for the first time, feature a dedicated Mobile DJ Village.
With tickets now on sale and a range of artists, speakers and brands to be announced soon, BPM 2015 will give mobile DJs plenty to get involved in this September at the NEC Birmingham. For the first time, the event will include a dedicated ‘mobile DJ village’ in which like-minded DJs can socialise and engage in informative educational talks.
Tickets for the BPM DJ & Electronic Music Production event – which returns to the NEC Birmingham from the 12th to the 14th of September 2015 – are now on sale. The event will give mobile DJs a chance to try out new products from top brands, improve their knowledge in performance and business, meet with their peers and watch performances from DJ legends.