New Show Concept Coming to Thailand in 2020
Chester Group, the established UK-based organiser of home entertainment shows held in the United Kingdom, Australia and United States has announced its Thailand Audio Show to be held on an exclusive island off Phuket in 2020.
Across three days in April, the show will be held at the luxurious Village Coconut Island and promises to offer manufacturers and distributors of high-end audio equipment a unique exhibiting experience.
With breathtaking views overlooking the karst-filled Phang Nga Bay, the resort will transform multi-room private villas into a showcase of the most extensive collection of Hi-Fi and AV equipment at one location in Southeast Asia.
The unique approach to demonstrating audio equipment promises to attract over 1,500 visitors, and more than 50 exhibitors from over ten countries, all descending on the serene and lush tropical island.
Roy Bird, Chester Group Founder, told StereoNET:
The Thailand Audio Show will deliver an experience that goes beyond just an audio show! From imaginative product displays to poolside parties, breathtaking ocean sunsets to live music on the beach, get ready to listen to the world's best audio equipment in one spectacular environment.
The Village Coconut Island is located 500m from Phuket, Thailand, and is accessible 24 hours a day by private water taxi.
All-inclusive exhibitor packages start from USD 3,600 for a 2-bedroom Grand Sea View Villa.
Visitors must pre-register and will receive a free Visitor Package which includes the Official Show Directory, Food & Beverage Tokens and Boat Tickets. The introductory offer is only available for a limited time before returning to the regular price of THB 500.
The Thailand Audio Show will be held at The Village Coconut Island, Phuket, April 24th - 26th 2020. StereoNET Asia will be attending the event to provide show coverage.
For more information, visit Thailand Audio Show.
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