Are you planning to visit EICMA 2022 in Milan, Italy in November? This year’s event will run from November 10-13 and promises to bring together a whole host of the best motorcycles and mobility excitement of the year in one fantastic showcase. Ducati plans to make an appearance this year, along with many other OEMs big and small.
It may only be the end of July 2022, as we write this. However, if you already know you are going, now is the best time to buy your tickets for EICMA 2022. Why? As you might have already guessed, there is currently an early bird discount on tickets.
Until August 5, 2022, adults aged 14 and over can purchase tickets for the low price of €14. At the moment, this converts to around $14.30 since the Euro and US Dollar are almost in sync, which is a rare event indeed.
After August 5, 2022, adult tickets will go back up to the normal price of €19, or approximately $19.30. Tickets for children remain fixed at €12, regardless of when you choose to purchase them. Please note that there is also an additional processing fee of €1.50 for tickets.
If you are a member of the motorcycling media or work in the industry, EICMA is a show that has a debut just for you. For this year, the day reserved for the press is November 8, 2022. Press and professionals can enter on November 9, 2022 to see what are the latest and greatest offers that everyone has to show this season. From November 10 to 13, the show will be open to anyone wishing to come and visit it.
2021 marked the return of EICMA to an in-person event, following the temporary hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although everyone was hopeful, no one really knew what to expect. As time passes and modern medicine and the general public have developed strategies to deal with this unwanted virus and its mutations, there is a sense of determination to carry on into 2022. While 2021 seemed more hesitant, 2022 seems to us more sure of ourselves in its calculations.
As always, of course, we’ll have to wait and see how things turn out, but we look forward to the proceedings, like so many excited children waiting for a slice of cake and a shiny balloon.