LDI training Mark Doyle, for Live Design/LDI

LDI2017 Registration Open For Exhibit Hall And Professional Training

Full registration is now open for LDI2017, North America’s largest trade show and conference for the live entertainment industry. Focusing on design and technology, LDI2017 features over 300 exhibiting companies, over 125 various training sessions, plus a series of sessions in Spanish, an extensive outside festival event, club tours, Backstage Las Vegas, and a post-show event at Disneyland.

Highlights of LDI2017 include:




Backstage Las Vegas

November 14-15: Two days of insider tours of new venues, plus performances of Cher at the new Park Theatre and Cirque du Soleil’s technically dazzling show, KA 


November 13-18: In-depth hands-on training for lighting consoles, media servers, cutting-edge software, rigging and electrical boot camp for industry soldiers


November 15-17: A unique mix of subjects from Ethernet, technical direction, project management, and laser safety to dance lighting and the experiential marketplace. 

LDInnovation Conference

November 16-18: Three days of sessions that dive right into the vortex of the industry with a focus on sound, lighting, projection, and production

LDI2017 Club Tour

November 17: Hop on the bus for a flash technical tour of six of the hottest clubs in Vegas

Live Outside

November 17-18: Festival stages with demos and training for real-time, real-world set-up in a non-permanent location, plus industry parties in a festival setting

LDI en español

17 y 18 noviembre: una serie de sesiones sobre el diseño de vanguardia y la tecnología para nuestros asistentes de habla hispana de América Latina

Disney Technical Training Experience

November 28-29: Two-days of training that examines how complex design and technology work together in the challenging theme park environment

Check out the LDI2017 website at www.ldishow.com and register today to be part of the exciting LDI experience!


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