About The Trade Show

Today’s moviegoer is savvy, discriminating and extremely knowledgeable. When it comes to selecting a theater, they prefer driving the extra distance to ensure they are getting the ultimate, state-of-the-art presentation and theatrical experience possible. They are looking for optimum picture and sound quality, theater seats that provide great comfort, a ticketing system that is quick and efficient, a concession stand that offers a diverse array of food and beverage items and a theater setting that provides the best amenities imaginable—all of which makes that moviegoing experience worth driving the extra distance. Today’s cinema owner is just as demanding and discriminating when it comes to building new theaters or remodeling and maintenance existing ones. The market is competitive and the stakes are high.

The CinemaCon Trade Show serves that competitive, high-stakes market by giving cinema owners from all over the world the opportunity to experience the latest and most important advances in theater equipment and concession products.  CinemaCon offers the world’s largest Trade Show geared specifically for the motion picture theater owner.  It is here that decision-making cinema owners and executives walk the aisles, keeping an eye out for new equipment, products and services that will help make theirs the “go-to” theaters.

If the motion picture theater industry is in your business plans, then CinemaCon is where you must be in April, 2018. With more than 5,000 industry professional expected to attend CinemaCon 2018, being a part of the Trade Show is essential for any company that serves the cinema industry. With more than 500 booths and 12 premium demonstration suite locations, the CinemaCon Trade Show will be housed in the beautiful Conference Center of Caesars Palace (Las Vegas, NV). CinemaCon also offers Trade Show exhibitors private meeting spaces off the bustle of the trade floor to meet clients, make pitches and close deals. CinemaCon is delighted to have as its major Trade Show partners, two of the industry’s leading trade associations, ICTA (International Cinema Technology Association) and NAC (National Association of Concessionaires).