It is with a great deal of disappointment that we must bring you the news that the organisers have made the decision to cancel this year’s North West Audio Show.

Kris Sawicki, the show’s organiser told us: “We had thought that moving the event to a November date would have given us the opportunity to hold the event, but with social distancing regulations still in place due to the Covid 19 pandemic we feel that for the safety of exhibitors, visitors, and show staff the only sensible option open to us is to postpone the show until June 2021”.

Kris and the NWAS Team will be ready to welcome you back to Cranage Hall in summer 2021

NWAS 2021

The dates for 2021 are already booked with the DeVere Cranage Estate for the 19th and 20th June 2021, we expect a brilliant show as usual.

For people who have booked accommodation at DeVere Cranage using the code “Audio”, hotel staff will contact them all to reconfirm bookings for 2021. People who booked without using the code will need to contact the hotel directly on 01477 536666.

Should you have any questions regarding the show, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Kris and the NWAS team.

We are keeping our Hifi Diary page as up to date as possible with cancellations and new show dates, check it out here.

 

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