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Agenda Registration is Now Open & Debuting Agenda Festival

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  • Mike Carter, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Agenda Trade Show

Centrally located directly between Los Angeles and Orange County, Long Beach exists as a point of intersection between action sports and streetwear. Long Beach has a rich history of trade shows and is where the very first Agenda show was ever held.

Since 2012, Long Beach has been the home of Agenda's two largest bi-annual shows. Covering 250,000 square feet of space in the Long Beach Convention Center and showcasing over 750 brands, Agenda Long Beach is our flagship show with the most diverse product offering including lifestyle, streetwear, contemporary, women's, accessories, action sports, outdoor, footwear, and both surf and skate hardgoods.

Pre-registration is required. Register here.

Agenda Festival to Debut July 2017

On Saturday, July 15 we will launch our first annual Agenda Festival! A one-day event best described as a curated mall of pop-up shops dropped in the middle of a music festival. The one day festival experience that will include 500+ pop-up shops from today’s most influential surf, skate, and lifestyle brands surrounded by live musical performances, limited edition product drops, art installations, panel discussions, skate contests, athlete meet & greets, as well as locally curated food trucks.

For more information, go to agendashow.com/festival
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