Welcome to the 2015 National Accordion Association Home Page.
One of the missions of the National Accordion Association is to promote the accordion to the general public.
Our most exciting event is the annual National Accordion Convention that is held in Plano,Texas.
The 2015 Convention is Thursday - Saturday: March 5 - 7, 2015 (Arrival on the 4th and depart on the 8th)
New idea for 2015!
Art show featuring various works of Artists' Interpretations of Music!
Tell us if you are coming, we need to plan our space: Artist Online Registration
In addition to accordion music, we have other traditions.
Vendors and/or Manufacturers Manufacturers Representatives Zink's Swap Shop Judith Cambell's Musical Art
2015 National Accordion Conovention Location
Southfork Hotel and Conference Center ( http://www.SouthforkHotel.com )
1600 North Central Expressway
Plano, Texas 75074
The 2015 Convention is ready to go, click the following links for specific information:
Evening Events Open to the General Public:
* As a community service project, Thursday evening activities are complementary for the general public.
* Friday and Saturday evening events are only $10 per person.
* Your generous donations enable youth to attend these events free of charge.
Other On-going NAA Projects and 2014 History:
Greg Klugiewicz, Convention Coordinator
1410 BlueBird Lane
Garland, Texas 75042
Nick Ballarini, Vice President and Convention Sales and Services Coordinator
The National Accordion Association is celebrating 29+ years as a leader in accordion networking.
The 2015 convention will mark our 28th annual event.
NAA officials proudly state that every "convention" is unique, including the 2015 convention.
Click on "USA Associations and Clubs" to view the exciting events going on in the USA.
National Accordion Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 2298
Allen, Texas 75013
Disclaimer: The National Accordion Association does not make any recommendations for performers, repairs, and/or teachers.
Personal recommendations made by NAA officials and/or members are to remain personal references and not to be considered as an official recommendation of the Association.