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Larger Booths Return to LightFair

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LargerBooths 400x275May 17, 2022

If you’ve been missing the full-scale booths and in-depth product presentations that have characterized LightFair for decades, you won’t want to miss this year’s edition.Slated for June 21-23 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, LightFair 2022 will present 300+ exhibitors of architectural and commercial lighting products spanning 100,000 square feet and featuring a number of first-time exhibitors as well as notable lighting brands returning from a market hiatus.

“LightFair has always been acclaimed for its breadth and depth of innovative lighting suppliers,” said Dan Darby, Show Director. “Brands, designers, and specifiers are coming back face-to-face as trade shows return to a more normal year, and LightFair is proud to offer the industry an opportunity to drive business and networking efforts.”

Show organizers report that many exhibitors are returning to regular and larger than 2021 booth sizes as the industry recovers. Brands expanding their trade show footprint in 2022 include: Bukas Lighting Group, Cooper Lighting Solutions, Crestron, Current, LEDRA, LEDvance, Modern Forms, Nora Lighting, Oxygen, PureEdge Lighting, RAB Lighting, SATCO Products, Seoul Semiconductor, Signify, USAI Lighting, and WAC Lighting.

Among the first-time exhibitors are: ALW (architectural lighting), NLS (outdoor lighting), and CREE LED (general lighting). Notable brands returning in 2022 following a hiatus include AFX, Inc., ANP Lighting, Baselite, B-K Lighting, Ferroluce SRL, Fulham, HESS, Linmore LED, LSI, LumenTruss, Myers Emergency Power Systems, OSRAM, Spectrum Lighting, Vantage Lighting, and Wagner Architectural Systems.

Additional notable LightFair exhibitors confirmed for the 2022 event include: Access Lighting, ALUZ, BARTCO, BIOS, BlackJack, Keystone, and The Lighting Quotient. The full exhibitor list and map of the LightFair trade show are regularly updated here 

There will be four pavilions – The Collective, Design Pavilion, Outdoor Pavilion, and Smart Pavilion – separating brands across their designated lighting categories. The exhibit hall will also provide easily accessible on-floor education in The Designery (within the Design Pavilion) and LightFair Live, as well as additional opportunities to connect and exchange ideas as part of the Outdoor Exchange in the Outdoor Pavilion and TEK Talks in the Smart Pavilion. Attendees can also take part in LightFair’s many tours, including the new attendee tour and tours for each pavilion.

Running concurrently to the trade show is the LightFair Conference (June 19-23) providing 43 sessions across six learning tracks. Sessions will range from 2-days, 1-day, daily workshops, 90-minute and 60-minute sessions. In total, there will be 126.5 CEUs offered. Admission to the LightFair trade show is free with the purchase of Conference sessions. Full conference information and pricing is available here 

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