Early Bird Registration for LightFair Ends March 31

Who doesn’t like to save money? If you register for Lightfair International right now, you can save up to $500 on a conference package. 

One of the unique benefits of LightFair is the ability to meet 70% of LC credit requirements (26 CEUs) in just five days and one location. The LightFair conference program offers 100+ accredited sessions by nearly 200 presenters including 52 IES and 36 IALD members — plus there are immersive workshops preceding the trade show (May 21-22).

Conference sessions are grouped into five learning tracks (Art, Business, Process, Science, and Technology) and run in 60- and 90-minute timeframes to provide attendees with ample time to explore the show floor May 23-25.

View all sessions and speakers here 

There will also be an in-person LC Study Group facilitated by Craig Bernecker (9 am-3 pm, Sunday, May 21)

As an added bonus, there will also be complementary sessions for all LightFair attendees on the trade floor, sponsored by the IES and IALD.

Conference registration, starting at $69, includes unlimited, 3-day trade show access.

Hurry! Early Bird registration ends on March 31. Register here

IES and IALD members can enjoy free Exhibit Hall passes and 25% off conference sessions.

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