Exhibition areas and hall layouts

This year's successful design of Halls 1 and 3 will be repeated in 2025. The space dedicated to fantasy and children's and young adult literature is directly linked to Manga-Comic-Con in Hall 3. Hall 2 continues to be the main area for books on religion, travel and education, together with textbooks and academic literature. Furthermore, the exhibition space for music, with its wide selection of material for music teachers, is moving to Hall 2 to make it even more attractive to educators. With the Congress Center Leipzig right next door, it is easy to access the many specialist events taking place there.

The area for fiction and non-fiction stretches through Halls 2, 4 and 5, with a focus on independent publishers in Hall 5. Visitors will find the featured international topics in Hall 4 as usual. The new category of "Audio" will focus on listening options such as audiobooks and podcasts, and will also be moving into Hall 4. Hall 5 is fully dedicated to art books, accessories and services for publishers and book traders, as well as autoren@leipzig. Furthermore, the Antiquarian Book Fair is scheduled to take place in Hall 5 and will be welcoming exhibitors of book art and graphics as its new neighbours after they requested the two areas be placed closer together. Fiction and non-fiction, as well as media, newspapers and magazines will be located in various themed areas in Halls 2, 4 and 5.

Stands will be allocated to exhibitors according to the time of registration, the rooms and space available, the exhibitor's needs and the possible options. Depending on the number of registrations, we will plan the hall layout and structure the exhibition areas at our own discretion. We plan to announce the stand numbers in early January 2025.

Hall overview (PDF, 522 kB)

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