Registration Now Open For Knobcon 2021, Scheduled For September 10-12

Organizers have announced that registration is now open for Knobcon 2021, scheduled for Sept 10-12 in the Chicago area.

After more than a year of events being cancelled, Knobcon 2021 promises live performances, synthesis seminars, DIY projects, a synth banquet, a trade show and more.

Here’s what the organizers have to have to say about their plans:

“We are delighted to announce that Knobcon Number Nine will be held September 10-12, 2021. Your health and safety are important to us, and we will be following required guidelines in September. Knobcon is looking for additional Event Sponsors and Exhibitors to make this in-person event unforgettable.

After a long year of restrictions, let’s get together and nerd-out about synthesizers, pro audio, and electronic music!”

Held just outside Chicago, Ill., at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, the entire event takes place under one roof.

Pricing and Availability

Knobcon 2021 registration is now open, with tickets prices at $50 through July 1, 2021. This ticket covers the 3-day event. The Saturday night Synth Banquet is optional and is an additional $55. Tickets purchased for the 2020 date will be honored for the new 2021 date.

6 thoughts on “Registration Now Open For Knobcon 2021, Scheduled For September 10-12

  1. oh yeah sign me up. I’ll be the black guy with a bald head, just letting you guys know ahead of time.

    1. ragnhild – you try to stir up shit about Chicago gun violence at Knobcon every year and it’s pathetically sad trolling, because a) the event is not held in Chicago; b) Chicago is way down the list for per-capita gun violence; and c) you’re really just trying to stir up shit about one of the most positive events in the world for synthesists.

      FWIW, if you want to talk big city ‘murder capitals’ in the US, it’s places like St Louis, Detroit & New Orleans.

  2. It’s actually held in Schaumburg, IL, 30 miles NW of Chicago. It’s a quiet place filled with office complexes and malls. Perfectly safe. Been many times.

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