Tampa, Florida Audiophile Show Is Sold Out For Exhibits But Not Tickets

This article may contain information, details or opinions related to one or more of our current or past advertisers.
Reading Time: 3 minutes

The Florida International Audio Expo takes place Friday–Sunday, February 17–19, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore. The sold-out show will be the biggest yet, with more than 77 exhibit spaces delivering plenty of action—several exhibitors will unveil new products, giving show attendees a chance to be among the very first to experience some of the best new high-performance audio gear.

Florida Audiophile Show
The Florida Audiophile Show is sold out for exhibitors but open for consumer ticket sales. Will you go?

We have been traveling the globe to reach new exhibitors, and locally, we are participating in several shows to reach new attendee groups,” said Bart Andeer, co-founder and operations manager of the Florida International Audio Expo. “We are proud to offer our attendees the opportunity to experience various levels of products available in the market, always with the focus on celebrating and enjoying our shared passion for music in a fun, relaxed environment.

With over 12 floors of demonstrations to explore, attendees will experience electronics, loudspeakers, turntables, and headphones from all over the world. They will be treated to special presentations in the banquet rooms by such brands as Acora/VAC, Clarisys/Bloc, Classic Audio, MBL, Thrax/Lansche, and TAD, while distributors like Fidelity Imports and MoFi Distribution will showcase their elite brands throughout the show. The exhibitor info list is updated regularly—check for the latest! 

We are thrilled to bring to the United States, for the first time ever, the full TAD Reference One experience, as well as the debut of the CE1TX, TAD’s new Compact Evolution speaker,” said Dave Malekpour, owner of PAD HiFi, US distributor of TAD. “We can’t think of a better event at which to share the latest developments from this iconic brand than the Florida International Audio Expo.”

Finally, Qobuz returns as the show’s official streaming sponsor. David Solomon, Chief Hi-Res Evangelist for Qobuz USA, will host his famous Flash DJ sessions throughout the show.

Tampa, Florida Audiophile Show Is Sold Out For Exhibits But Not Tickets

The Florida International Audio Expo takes place Friday–Sunday, February 17–19, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Tampa Airport Westshore. The sold-out show will be the biggest yet, with more than 77 exhibit spaces delivering plenty of action—several exhibitors will unveil new products, giving show attendees a chance to be among the very first to experience some of the best new high-performance audio gear.

We have been traveling the globe to reach new exhibitors, and locally, we are participating in several shows to reach new attendee groups,” said Bart Andeer, co-founder and operations manager of the Florida International Audio Expo. “We are proud to offer our attendees the opportunity to experience various levels of products available in the market, always with the focus on celebrating and enjoying our shared passion for music in a fun, relaxed environment.

With over 12 floors of demonstrations to explore, attendees will experience electronics, loudspeakers, turntables, and headphones from all over the world. They will be treated to special presentations in the banquet rooms by such brands as Acora/VAC, Clarisys/Bloc, Classic Audio, MBL, Thrax/Lansche, and TAD, while distributors like Fidelity Imports and MoFi Distribution will showcase their elite brands throughout the show. The exhibitor info list is updated regularly—check for the latest! 

We are thrilled to bring to the United States, for the first time ever, the full TAD Reference One experience, as well as the debut of the CE1TX, TAD’s new Compact Evolution speaker,” said Dave Malekpour, owner of PAD HiFi, US distributor of TAD. “We can’t think of a better event at which to share the latest developments from this iconic brand than the Florida International Audio Expo.”

Finally, Qobuz returns as the show’s official streaming sponsor. David Solomon, Chief Hi-Res Evangelist for Qobuz USA, will host his famous Flash DJ sessions throughout the show.

Tickets are on sale now. Single-day admission will be $25; admission for all three days is $35; students, children, and spouses are admitted free of charge.

Show Hours

Friday, February 17             10 am–6 pm

Saturday, February 18        10 am–6 pm

Sunday, February 19           10 am–4 pm

Please visit www.floridaaudioexpo.com for details about Florida Audio Expo 2023 and for more information about participating brands.

. Single-day admission will be $25; admission for all three days is $35; students, children, and spouses are admitted free of charge.

Show Hours

Friday, February 17             10 am–6 pm

Saturday, February 18        10 am–6 pm

Sunday, February 19           10 am–4 pm

Please visit www.floridaaudioexpo.com for details about Florida Audio Expo 2023 and for more information about participating brands.


0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x