Yamaha officially announced its popular concert will return to The NAMM Show next month.

According to Yamaha, expect an unforgettable multimedia, multi-artist extravaganza with the “Yamaha All-Star Concert on the Grand 2018” set to crank up the volume on Friday, Jan. 26 beginning at 6 p.m. on the Yamaha Grand Plaza Stage.

“This concert experience will be gigantic — an over-the-top lineup of performances the likes of which the NAMM Show has never seen before,” said Chris Gero, the three-time Emmy Award winning producer of the concert, and the founder and vice president of Yamaha Entertainment Group. “We have been so deeply honored to offer jaw dropping, mesmerizing concert magic to our dealers over the past two decades. We felt it was time to greatly expand our time-tested experience to delight all NAMM show attendees. This will be the highlight event at NAMM and something you will not want to miss.”

While the artist lineup for the concert remains hush hush, Yamaha has built a stellar reputation for developing and producing the largest and most energy filled concert events at past NAMM Shows, with artist luminaries such as Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennett, John Legend, Earth, Wind & Fire, U2 founder and drummer Larry Mullen, Jr., and many others.

In addition, Yamaha will power the entire plaza with the company’s award-winning commercial audio gear, including the Rivage PM10 Digital Mixing System and NEXO line array speakers.

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