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Join us on the ultimate touring tradeshow for audio, video, lighting and staging professionals across the AV, installed, touring, commercial, theatres, public spaces and venue market.

ENTECH is a trade show for anyone with a working interest in pro audio, lighting, staging and video. A working interest means you already have knowledge, you are a professional, or part-time worker or volunteer, or studying, or looking for a role. 

Everyone is required to register (use the online form here) before entry. You can do this in advance and save time, or do it when you arrive. We need your real name, email, mobile and some other information. Once we print your badge, which you need to wear to enter, you are in.


Yes, provided you meet the above.



You must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older. The younger you are, the more supervision we expect from your adult. If you are found wandering alone you’ll be taken to the registration desk and given something to colour-in.


Do you have a Group? Invite your Facebook Group or mates to meet up at the new ENTECH CAFE on the show floor, and enjoy free barista coffee or a hot beverage on us. First trialled at ENTECH NZ, the Cafe quickly became a hang spot, and there’s nothing we like more than getting industry people to ENTECH! We encourage you to CLUSTER, ASSOCIATE, GATHER and HANG OUT at ENTECH in March!


We do have some restrictions on student groups, as ENTECH is a trade show. High school groups in uniform are not allowed. Groups should be booked in advance – julius@juliusmedia.com and be limited to people with specific interest in sound, lighting, staging or video. TAFE, UNI or college groups welcome, provided they are enrolled in a relevant course. Again, please book them in with Julius in advance. NOTE: All sessions are intended for trade professionals and there is no real educational value for students. Should students wish to attend sessions, this is on a standby basis as each seat has a wireless headset. 

ENTECH is a trade show and attendance is entirely at the discretion of the managers.