Organizers of Synthplex 2020, the west-coast synth convention and electronic music festival, have announced that event passes are now available.
Discounted “Super Bowl” weekend pricing of $79 is available through Monday night, February 3rd, 2020. (Passes are normally $99 for the four-day festival.)
Synthplex, being held March 26 – 29, 2020, features synth gear exhibits, daytime seminars, panel discussions & presentations, electronic music performances, an evening banquet and concert, a pop-up synth museum, DIY synth workshops and more.
Synthplex 2019 Photos:
The Synthplex exhibit halls will be open Friday – Sunday, March 27-29, and feature dozens of synth and software makers, coming from as far away as France, Germany, Russia and New Zealand. We can’t share details yet, but several companies will be debuting new electronic music gear at this year’s event.
Panel discussions and presentations, as well as DIY synth workshops and seminars, go on throughout the day while the exhibit halls are open. There are also keynote addresses, like this one during the inaugural Synthplex last year, with Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg):
Tickets are also available for an adjacent pop-up synth museum at Synthplex, with a new vintage synth collection on display for 2020. All the proceeds from the pop-up synth museum this year will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation, who are also conducting sessions of Dr. Bob’s Soundschool on Friday and Saturday morning during the event.
Pricing and Availability
Synthplex 2020 event passes are available now. Their Super Bowl sale discounts the 4-day event pass (reg. $99) to $79, through Monday night, February 3. For more information, see the Synthplex website.