In these momentous times, the APAP|NYC+ conference brings together the broadest cross-section of performing arts professionals in the presenting, booking and touring industry.
January 2022 marks APAP's return to New York City for an engaging in-person gathering, but also the return of a robust and accessible online event.
Attendees may register for the in-person conference or the online conference. All in-person conference registrants will have access to the online events and platform.
The in-person conference happens January 14-17, 2022. The online conference begins on January 10, 2022 and features events on January 11 and 13, as well as during the in-person conference.
Join your APAP colleagues as we engage in robust discussions, networking and business that will restore us and refuel the recovery!
You must be an APAP member in order to register for the conference.
The deadline for cancellation or substitution requests is January 5, 2021 at 5 p.m. (EST). Learn more.
*This introductory registration is available to individual, self-represented artists and individual performing arts professionals who are new to APAP. If you have never been a member and qualify for the Artist Access or Individual Performing Arts Professional membership type, this could be a good option for you!
**The group registration rate is valid for groups of up to 10 registrants from the same organization and is ideal for groups of at least 5 attendees. Exhibitors should not use the group registration and instead should purchase booth badges for additional registrants from their organization.
You must be a current APAP member to attend the conference. To access the conference events and platform, your membership must remain current and in good standing through January 2022.
Has your membership lapsed? You can renew it here
Have you never been a member? Consider one of our introductory rates above which includes one year of APAP membership.
*Single Text Here* Please note the following details related to filming and camera crew access to the EXPO Hall. Advance attention to these requirements will make your visit more productive:
Photo: ENRA showcase at APAP|NYC by Adam Kissick/APAP