Promotional Opportunities

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Advertise With Us

WOMEX offers your organisation or company plenty of promotional opportunities available before, during and after WOMEX. Present your music, service or project and become visible to the global music community.

Find an overview of how to stand out from the crowd in this handy PDF brochure. To book your ad and learn about booking deadlines, please use our online booking form.

Email us or call +49 30 318 614-30 for more information and how to apply for on-site presentations or special package offers.

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Become Part Of The Programme Or Trade Fair

Book a Stand

Would you like to present your work or project through a trade fair stand? As an exhibitor you are highly visible and a key figure in the most popular element of the event.
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offWOMEX Showcase

With limited slots available, WOMEX offers artists an additonal opportunity to present themselves as part of the showcase festival. Get in contact with us to get more information on how you can book and apply for an offWOMEX Showcase slot.
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Reception Space

Continue the conversations started in a conference session or that follow on from a showcase, or simply begin new ones by hosting a small reception.
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Book a Photographer

Our trio of talented and accomplished WOMEX photographers are once again on hand to capture all the highlights of WOMEX: exchanges at the Trade Fair; enthralling showcase performances; lively conference sessions; and more.

They also post their WOMEX photos to their individual sites – should you be on the lookout for photos, please contact them directly to discuss terms.

A selection of their photos will also be made available in medium size on the WOMEX Flickr page under a CC-BY Creative Commons license, meaning the photos can be distributed free of charge so long as the photographer is credited for the image each time.





Eric van Nieuwland
(The Netherlands)

Our talented and accomplished WOMEX photographer, Eric van Nieuwland, is always on hand at the event to capture all the highlights: exchanges at the Expo; enthralling showcase performances; lively conference sessions; and more. Eric has been an official Classical:NEXT and WOMEX photographer for the past either years.

His work will be posted daily on his website, and selection of the photos will also be made available on the WOMEX Flickr page. The pictures on Flickr are covered under a CC-BY creative commons license, which allows you to distribute these photos free of charge, as long as you credit the photographer for the original creation with “at WOMEX, by Eric van Nieuwland”.
+31 610 934 495

Photo by Martyna Markowska




Yannis Psathas

He discovered his passion for music photography while taking his first steps in Thessaloniki’s music scene in 1999. After finishing his photography studies in Spain in 2004, he worked for the national edition of Rolling Stone magazine for almost three years, covering many major music events and artists. Recently, he has completed assignments for artists, record companies and media from Greece, Spain and overseas. Since 2007 he lives and works in Thessaloniki as a freelancer specialising in landscape, architecture, advertising and music photography.
+30 694 813 02 30

Photo by Alexandros Oikonomidis




Jacob Crawfurd

Jacob Crawfurd works as a freelance photographer within press, business, music and portraits. He has executed many music portraits and band photos and has a large archive of concert images from the world, jazz and rock scenes. He primarily directs his lens towards bands, concerts and cultural activities, but also produces music videos and short documentaries.

Jacob's interest in African culture and development issues has taken him to the continent on several assignments and he is also involved in arranging and promoting African-related events in Denmark.
+45 407 370 79

Photo by Maria Thandie