The event runs from July 12-15 2004 in Boston. The organiser's say: "We're thrilled to bring the show back to its original East coast home – the City of Boston.
"The amazing product introductions and hallmark presentations from Macworld's first run in Boston are legendary throughout the Mac community." Boston was the venue for the triumphant return of now Apple CEO Steve Jobs – and the historic revelation of a five-year deal with Microsoft.
"We eagerly anticipate, and urge you to join us for, a celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Mac with an all-new event in an all new building," they say.
While Apple won't attend the show – it "doesn't agree" with returning to Boston – the show will take place at Boston's all-new Convention and Exhibition centre.
Feature presentations include:
"The Macintosh at 20 – A Celebration of 20 Years of Innovation" David Pogue hosts Jef Raskin, Andy Hertzfeld, Bill Atkinson and Jerry Mannock, members of the original Macintosh design team;
"America 24/7 – How Mac Technology Enabled 25,000 Americans to Capture the Essence of America" byRick Smolan, CEO, Against All Odds Productions;
And also Chris Breen's "MacBrainiac Challenge".
In related news, Quark is a silver sponsor for this year’s show. Information on show prices is available here.