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Exhibiting Information

You are cordially invited to exhibit your products and services during this major assembly of professional flutists, flute teachers, flute students, and flute enthusiasts. The convention’s famously vibrant exhibit hall, which features a wide variety of flutes, music, and flute-related merchandise, is eagerly anticipated months in advance by attendees as their annual “one-stop shop” for all things flute. Make sure your organization is included in the excitement!

To see a list of current exhibitors, click here. For more information or to discuss exhibitor opportunities, contact Daniel Pozzebon, Convention Director, at


Exhibiting Contract and Information

Please note, all communications regarding exhibiting and contracts will come directly from NFA staff members. The NFA has not authorized any 3rd party organizations to make soliciting calls or emails.

View the Online Exhibitor Contract Demo


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Important Dates & Deadlines

  • March 1: Booth sales open
  • April 4: Last day to receive full allotment of 2023 placement points (with full contract payment)
  • April 15: Last day to have an ad requested for printed materials (after this date all ads will be placed in online materials)
  • May 1: Exhibitor kit will be emailed to all exhibitors and posted online
  • May 3: last day to receive any placement points (with full contract payment)
  • May 3: Last day to submit Exhibitor Showcase & Exhibitor Concert information forms
  • May 18: Last day to sign and pay contract for priority placement
  • June 7: Last day for inclusion in the NFA convention program book 

“The NFA is the place to go if you want to make international contacts in the flute world. It is where the serious flutist comes to shop.”
–NFA Exhibitor


“The exhibit hall is something I plan for every year so I can keep up with the latest innovations, gather new music, and make new connections.”

–Rebecca Jeffreys, Attendee


“The NFA is the place to exhibit if you are serious about marketing to flutists who move the industry.”

–Craig Denny, Vice President, Band & Orchestra at St. Louis Music; Exhibitor