“We’re thrilled that this year’s LDI Show looks set to be the most well-attended yet, bringing the global live production community from over 80 countries to Las Vegas to share ideas, exhibit and do business,” said LDI’s managing director, David Johnson.
“Our registration process shows us that people are coming from a wide range of international live and broadcast venues – festivals, corporate events, theatre, concerts, clubs, theme parks, architainment, and houses of worship.
“LDI has more to offer than ever, to more people than ever.”
LDI2019 will expand its focus with emphasis on the next generation of design and technology, including AR/VR, Drones, Live For Broadcast, and Experiential Design. The move will make LDI the place to discover what’s hot and what’s next and what it means for the industry.
This will be in addition to LDI’s ongoing commitment to the core live event categories of lighting, staging, video, and sound, and the awards ceremonies that take place during the week.
The LDI Debuting Products and Booth Awards Ceremony is back for 2019 and will be presented on the show floor at the end of the day on Saturday, November 23, including a new Sustainability Award.
The second Knight of Illumination Awards USA will take place during LDI, this year at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Friday, November 22.