Bar Convent Brooklyn Announces 2023 Dates

After celebrating the biggest year in its history and welcoming nearly 4,000 industry professionals through its doors in 2022, Bar Convent Brooklyn is excited to announce the dates for its fifth in-person show, next year.

Returning to an expanded space at Brooklyn’s vibrant Industry City, the renowned, international trade event will take place on Tuesday June 13 and Wednesday June 14, 2023. Industry professionals and prospective exhibitors are invited to Save The Date ahead of official registration, which is slated to open in the coming months.

This year, Bar Convent Brooklyn broke records by introducing 163 exhibitors to nearly 4,000 attendees, who traveled from 55 different countries across the globe. Not only did the prodigious event debut 50 new products, including Antique Pelinkovac, Mezcal Gin, and Don Michael’s Andean Black Corn Whiskey, it also poured more than 300,000 drinks and spirits samples to visitors and traders alike.

Industry City proved to be an upstanding location in 2022, and as such, Bar Convent Brooklyn will return to the thriving creative precinct for a second year – this time, with increased space. Exhibitors and visitors can expect a larger show floor, as well as an additional tasting and demonstration stage, adding 14 additional seminars. Meanwhile, a revised floor-plan will make way for an abundance of exciting sponsorship and networking opportunities. 

“We are overjoyed to be heading back to Industry City next year” says Jackie Williams, Event Director for Bar Convent Brooklyn. “2022 was a huge success, with visitor numbers surpassing pre-pandemic, so we can’t wait to return to an even bigger space, with a fresh line-up of new exhibitors.”

After hosting a monumental 37 education sessions across two days, Bar Convent Brooklyn is also thrilled to welcome back Lynnette Marrero as Head of Education for 2023, with other committee members to be announced later in the year.

“Mark your calendars for June 2023,” says Williams. “It’s set to be the biggest Bar Convent Brooklyn yet.”

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