BPM – the show for djs, performers and producers
BPM is an experience for all involved with the entertainment industry. It is one of the only places you can go to to see, hear and get hands on with the equipment the exhibitors have to offer. As well as equipment you’ll also find a range of service based exhibitors – everything from music download and subscription services to associations and organisations promoting the art of professional entertainment.
Enjoy listening to the speakers in the sound experience, a whole suite dedicated to audio systems.
The show will be filled with all of the lighting brands you’d expect, lasers, LED effects, moving heads and more.
As well as sound and lighting, take a look at some of the latest video products including video walls and more!
The extra dimension to any show, take a look and have a demo at the special FX products on demo!
EDUCATION & networking
Meet other industry professionals and network with them. NADJ & SEDA are also hosting educational sessions.
Why should i go to bpm?
It’s the show for DJs, Performers and Producers
For over a decade, BPM has constantly evolved to keep up with the innovative industry in which our visitors work with passion for their craft.
Our vision has been, and always will be, to deliver an incredible experience of learning, physical demonstrations and mass networking opportunities to all our visitors and exhibitors. We achieve this by implementing our learning zones involving some of the most respected names in our industry to deliver a wealth of knowledge through set seminars across the entire weekend.
Our team are also constantly engaging with various retailers, exhibitors and our visitors both in the months leading to the show via our various platforms and during the show where our team can be found on the show floor for your assistance and feedback. Our development through feedback and active engagement truly makes BPM the show for DJs, performers and producers.
Don’t just take our word for it…
We asked our previous visitors “what brings you to BPM and what do you like about the show?”
They kindly responded with their comments in selfie videos to tell us why!
Don’t take our word for it, hear what they had to see in the video and why you should come to BPM
The History Of BPM
From day one…
The first BPM took place in 2007 and attracted over 2200 visitors for two days of equipment demonstrations, networking, seminars, workshops, live performances and DJ sets. A second event in 2008 firmly cemented BPM’s place in the industry calendar.
After two successful years at the Donington Park Exhibition Centre BPM moved to The NEC allowing further growth, then on to the Genting Arena.
The format changed
From 2018 the show continued but it was relocated (still in Birmingham) to Cranmore Park and run by the team at MDJN alongside a few others.
2019 and future shows are now run by BPM Shows Limited ensuring the show lives on for years and years to come. We were pleased to say that even with the big changes, the weekends of BPM 2018, 2019 and 2021 attracted around 2000 visitors!
The 2020 BPM DJ Show was scheduled for October 2020 but unfortunately due to coronavirus the event had had to be postponed to October 2021. The 2021 was a difficult show to organise but thankfully with the support of the industry we saw nearly 2000 people visit that weekend.
BPM 2022 dates have been set, they are Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October 2022