New attractions included the expanded 3.000 m² Performance + Production Hub (photo: Jochen Guenther)
Germany - Last week’s Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt attracted round 25,000 visitors from five continents and more than 100 countries, according to its organisers who reported that over 500 exhibitors and brands showcased their innovations and solutions at the show.
"I am very pleased that we were able to emphasise what makes Prolight + Sound so special with this year's edition,” says Wolfgang Marzin, president & CEO of Messe Frankfurt. “It not only combines technical innovations, knowledge transfer and entertainment, but also brings together a large number of top decision-makers with young industry newcomers under one roof - and thus forms a bridge between the status quo and the future of the event industry.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our association partners VPLT and EVVC once again for their commitment and support,"
Panel discussions, keynotes and live demonstrations included award-winning creative director Geneviève Cleary, lighting designer Mikki Kunttu, producer and DJ Gregor Tresher, label head Edgar Dirksen, guitarist Yasi Hofer, CCO of Atelier Markgraph Stefan Weil and creative director and artist Eileen Hall.
A comprehensive lecture and conference programme complemented these with current topics such as personnel development and the implementation of sustainable events.
New attractions included the expanded 3.000 m² Performance + Production Hub in cooperation with the Sample Music Festival, the Immersive Audio Dome and Audio Bar. the ProAudio segment was comprehensively expanded this year and was very well received by the public.
Prolight + Sound 2025 will take place from 8 to 11 April. In addition to innovative new products and an attractive supporting programme, the focus will also be on the 30th anniversary of Prolight + Sound.

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