The organizers of Munich High End decided not to hold it this year.
Recall that at first, due to the pandemic, the exhibition was postponed from May to September. However, the organizers felt that the epidemiological situation would not even out by this time, so it would be safer to simply cancel the exhibition and start preparing for a full-fledged offline event in 2022 on standard dates – it is scheduled for May 19-22.
Stefan Dreischärf, Managing Director of the High End Society, said that the organizers had carefully prepared for the exhibition and thought of all possible protective measures – but the current situation was still too volatile. It is likely that the exhibition would have to be canceled in a hurry, and in order not to lose the confidence of the exhibitors, it was decided to cancel it in advance.
Earlier this year, the Bristol Hi-Fi Show was canceled and CES 2021 took place online. At the same time, the organizers of IFA promised that they will be able to hold a full-fledged offline event in September.