Only 4 More Days To Save Up To 30%

Early Bird Discount

Have you checked out everything that's new this year?

Because you can't afford to miss the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Show (Monday, March 24-Wednesday, March 26), marking the best program in 28-years. Lock in your early bird savings by this Friday and save up to 30%.

Get all your problems solved in just 3-days and plan for your future with profitable topics you can easily implement in no time. You'll take home thousands of solutions to your burning questions.

  • Do you know how to pump up patrons with music management?
  • Heard about all the new trends in craft beer?
  • Have you added menu items to keep it light with healthy bar food?
  • Know which technology makes the bar go round?
  • Are you effectively managing money?
  • Are your promotions helping you in the long run?
  • Which promo blunders to avoid?

Plus, meet with 600+ suppliers and learn from experts you've watched on the hit TV series, Bar Rescue. All of this and more at the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Show!

Your opportunity to SAVE BIG ends this Friday! We've made our registration packages and pricing simpler to fit your wallet and time:

  • Best seller of 2014! Taffer Recommended VIP Pass—access the entire conference program, (1) workshop, private VIP buying hours, VIP keynote seating, VIP Lounge Bar (Sponsored by SmartBar Products), Platinum Parties and more.
  • Better Value! Conference Plus Pass: includes all Conference Sessions, Keynotes, Exhibit Hall, Welcome Kickoff Party and more.
  • Conference Pass: includes all Conference Sessions, Keynotes, Exhibit Hall and Welcome Kickoff Party.
  • Expo Passes start at only $99 until this Friday, Jan. 31

Join the 37,000+ industry professionals who attend Nightclub & Bar Show every year to stay on top of trends, learn, network and have fun!

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Nightclub & Bar Full Conference



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