The 2014 National Accordion Convention is now history - it was really a lot of fun!

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Welcome to the 2014 National Accordion Association home page.

This web page is a general overview, click the above links or title bar for other information.

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 2015 National Accordion Convention
Thursday - Saturday: March 5 - 7, 2015 (Arrival on the 4th and depart on the 8th)

Southfork Hotel and Convention Center ( )
1600 North Central Expressway
Plano, Texas 75074

Southfork Hotel Reservation System ($rates not set yet - Event code is ACCORDIONG)

Convention Registration Information:

2015 Registration information is coming soon, it will includes workshops, concerts and banquet. Send your 2015 suggestion, recommendations and/or auditions to Norman Seaton ( ) who will forward the same to the elected officials.

Evening Events Open to the General Public: Thursday is free, Friday and Saturday are $10 per person, youth are free.

   Wednesday: 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Pre-convention accordion party practicing band camp music *

   Thursday: 7:00 - 11:00 p.m. Accordion Band Camp Concert and "Circle of Champions"
    Friday:       5:30 -   8:00 p.m. "International Music Festival" with food and dancing
                      8:00 - 11:00 p.m. National Accordion Dance Party

   Saturday:  7:30 -    9:30 p.m. International Accordion Concert
                      9:30 - 11:00 p.m. "Jam with the Stars" concurrent sessions (new this year)

Southfork Hotel Restaurant and Lounge: First class live accordion music is provided by conventioneers during the convention (no cover charge, even during "happy hour") Coordinated by Rebecca R.

*Pre-convention party schedule: 7:00 - 8:20 p.m. Everyone is welcome registered or not.


National Accordion Annual "Band Camp" (Thursday, March 5, 2015):


Arylin Visentin's "15-minutes of Fame" program will continue in 2015

NAA Swap Shop - Open to the General Public - The Texas Tradition continues . . .
Area musicians may bring musical instruments for this swap shop (if space allows).

Do you have instruments (accordions) that you do not play any longer? Do you have too many instruments or related items you would like to sell or trade? Then you need to Visit the NAA  "SWAP SHOP" at the 2014 Convention.   The Swap Shop is provided Free of charge by the NAA for the convenience of the convention attendees.  It is operated by the members for the members.  It is a place to display your Special Treasured accordions or other musical instruments that you would like to sell or trade.  Again, THERE IS NO COST for this service. The general public is encouraged to visit the vendor areas and swap shop at no cost. Non-conventioneers are to stop by the registration table and pick up a visitor's pass.

Because space is at a premium and the primary purpose is to allow members to sell or trade Accordions and accordion related items, (instruments, cases, straps, stands etc.) The sales and trades of sheet music, practice books etc. are not recommended unless the seller is willing to spend full time with the items and use a limited area. So bring your unused instruments and accordion toys (what all accordion players have some of) and see if you can find it a new home.

Greg Klugiewicz, Convention Manager
1410 BlueBird Lane
Garland, Texas 75042
Cell:    214-538-5651
Home: 972-272-2359

Nick Ballarini, Vice President and Convention Sales and Services Manager
Phone: 972-247-5000

Norman Seaton, President  
Cell: 214-938-5984

National Accordion Association Logo designed by Joe Godina

The National Accordion Association is celebrating 28+ years as a leader in accordion networking. The 2014 convention will mark our 27th annual event. NAA officials proudly state that every "convention" is unique, including the 2014 convention.

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National Accordion Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 940165
Plano, Texas 75094-0165

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.

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