Alphabetical, Calendar, Region and Event Type

 

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Australasia

Zandari Fest / MUCON (Seoul, South Korea)

Music Matters (Singapore)

Going Global (Auckland, New Zealand)

PAX AUS (Melbourne Australia)

High Score (Melbourne Australia)

Bigsound (Brisbane, Australia)

Electronic Music Conference (Sydney, Australia)

WAM Fest (Perth, Australia)

AIR Indie con / Scouted (Adelaide, South Australia)

Australian Music Week (Cronulla, NSW)

4ESydney

CHANGES (Melbourne, Victoria)

 

Europe

The Reeperbahn Festival (Hamburg, Germany)

The Great Escape (Brighton, UK)

MAMA (Paris, France)

Ireland Music Week (Dublin, Ireland)

Sound City (Liverpool, UK)

Primavera Pro (Barcelona, Spain)

Eurosonic (Groningen, The Netherlands)

MIDEM (Cannes, France)

Amsterdam Dance Event (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Classical:NEXT (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Jazzahead (Bremen, Germany)

WOMEX (Rotates European Cities)

NY:LON Connects (Rotates each year between New York and London)

 

Latin America

SIM (Sao Paulo, Brazil),

Rio Music Market (Rio, Brazil)

Pulsar Fair (Santiago, Chile)

Fluvial (Valdivia, Chile)

BAFIM (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Circulart (Medellín, Colombia)

FIMPRO (Guadalajara, Mexico)

 

North America

Canadian Music Week (Toronto, Canada)

ECMAs (Rotates East Coast Canadian Cities)

SXSW (Austin)

AMERICANAFEST (Nashville)

Folk Alliance International

A2IM Indie Week (New York)

Sync Summit (New York)

Music Biz (Nashville)

NY:LON Connects (Rotates each year between New York and London)

Mundial (Montreal, Canada)

Mondo.NYC (New York)

 

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Global Industry presence

SXSW (Austin, TX, USA)

MIDEM (Cannes, France)

 

Territory Events

The Reeperbahn Festival (Hamburg, Germany)

The Great Escape (Brighton, UK)

Canadian Music Week (Toronto, Canada)

Going Global (Auckland, New Zealand)

MAMA (Paris, France)

Ireland Music Week (Dublin, Ireland)

Music Matters (Singapore)

Sound City (Liverpool, UK)

Primavera Pro (Barcelona, Spain)

Eurosonic (Groningen, The Netherlands)

Mondo.NYC (New York)

 

Genre Events

AMERICANAFEST

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE)

Classical:NEXT

Folk Alliance International

Jazzahead

WOMEX

Mundial

 

Industry Sector Events

A2IM Indie Week

Sync Summit

Music Biz (Nashville)

NY:LON Connects (Rotates each year between New York and London)

Sundance (Utah)

E3 (Los Angeles)

 

Emerging Markets:

SIM (Sao Paulo, Brazil),

Rio Music Market (Rio, Brazil)

Pulsar Fair (Santiago, Chile)

Fluvial (Valdivia, Chile)

BAFIM (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Circulart (Medellín, Colombia)

FIMPRO (Guadalajara, Mexico)

Zandari Fest (Seoul, South Korea)

MUCON (Seoul, South Korea)

Music Matters (Singapore)

 

Gaming and Film/TV markets.

Sundance (Utah)

E3 (Los Angeles)

PAX AUS (Melbourne Australia)

High Score (Melbourne Australia)

 

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E3

A2IM Indie Week

AMERICANAFEST

Amsterdam Dance Event

BAFIM

Canadian Music Week

Circulart

Classical:NEXT

ECMAs

Eurosonic

FIMPRO

Fluvial

Folk Alliance International

Going Global

Ireland Music Week

Jazzahead

MAMA (Paris, France)

MIDEM

MUCON

Mundial

Music Biz

Music Matters

Mondo.NYC

NY:LON Connects

Primavera Pro

PULSAR FAIR

Rio Music Market 

SIM

Sound City

SXSW

Sync Summit

Sundance

The Great Escape

The Reeperbahn Festival

WOMEX

Zandari Fest

 

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January

Eurosonic (Groningen, The Netherlands)

NY:LON Connects (Rotates each year between New York and London)

 

February

Folk Alliance International

 

March

SXSW (Austin, TX)

 

April

Jazzahead (Bremen, Germany)

ECMAs (Rotates East Coast Canadian Cities)

 

May

Sound City (Liverpool, UK)

The Great Escape (Brighton, UK)

Canadian Music Week (Toronto, Canada)

FIMPRO (Guadalajara, Mexico)

Classical:NEXT (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)

Music Biz (Nashville)

 

June

Primavera Pro (Barcelona, Spain)

MIDEM (Cannes, France)

A2IM Indie Week / Sync Summit (New York)

 

August

Going Global (Auckland, New Zealand)

 

September

Music Matters (Singapore)

AMERICANAFEST (Nashville)

The Reeperbahn Festival (Hamburg, Germany)

Zandari Fest / MUCON (Seoul, South Korea)

 

October

Mondo.NYC (New York)

Ireland Music Week (Dublin, Ireland)

MAMA (Paris, France)

Amsterdam Dance Event (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Mundial (Montreal, Canada)

WOMEX (Rotates European Cities)

 

November

Circulart (Medellín, Colombia)

Fluvial (Valdivia, Chile)

PULSAR FAIR (Santiago, Chile)

 

December

BAFIM (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

SIM (Sao Paulo, Brazil),

Rio Music Market (Rio, Brazil)

 

 

 

Description, stats and achieve of Australian attendance for each International Event

SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST (SXSW)

March, Austin, USA

Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries.

An essential destination for global professionals, the event features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, and a variety of networking opportunities. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together.

Not limited by genre or regional focus, everyone from fans and fellow musicians, to industry professionals and creatives from every field, can enjoy a variety of musical styles at SXSW. New, developing, and established Showcasing Artists from 60+ countries are represented each year amongst the 2,000 official performers looking to enhance their careers by reaching new audiences.

Showcases are curated by SXSW in collaboration with record labels, booking agencies, management and PR firms, export offices, publishers, media outlets, lifestyle brands, festivals, and more. Performances take place in bars, clubs, parks, churches, and hotels around downtown Austin.

STATISTICS FOR SXSW MUSIC 2019:

73,716 SXSW Conference Attendees

4,799 Conference Speakers

232,258 SXSW Festivals Attendance

159,258 SXSW Official Music Showcase (7-Day Cumulative Attendance)

7,712 Artist Showcase Applications Received

1,964 Total Acts Performed

2,727 Total Performances

612 International Acts Performed

62 Countries Represented

 

AUSTRALIAN SHOWCASE ARTIST SXSW ARCHIVES

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THE GREAT ESCAPE (TGE)

May, Brighton, UK

The Great Escape is the festival for new music, showcasing 500 emerging artists from all over the world in 30+ walkable venues across the city plus, including a festival site on Brighton Beach.

TGE is also attended by the music industry who are on the hunt for the next big thing. They run a convention alongside the showcases featuring insightful panels, topical debates, keynote speeches and networking opportunities in abundance.

AUSTRALIAN SHOWCASE ARTIST TGE ARCHIVES

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A2IM INDIE WEEK

June, New York, USA

The American Association of Independent Music’s (A2IM’s) Indie Week is a four-day international conference and networking event aimed at maximising the global impact of Independent music. In 2019, the conference celebrated its 10th year. Indie Week includes keynotes, panels, receptions, exclusive networking sessions, and much more.

  • 600+ independent label executives, predominantly from North America
  • Delegations of labels from China, Canada and the UK as well as delegates from France, Germany, Spain, Brazil, New Zealand and Japan
  • Extensive executive one-on-one networking featuring labels, digital services and music supervisors from TV, film and advertising

 

SYNC SUMMIT

June, New York, USA

By attending SyncSummit New York you’ll get unprecedented access to the information and the contacts you need to succeed in syncing and scoring your music. As an attendee of SyncSummit New York, you’ll be able to network with speakers before, during and after the event.

SyncSummit aims to connect you with music supervisors, brands, ad agencies and more importantly the publishers, labels, managers, sync agencies and representatives that music buyers trust and work to get music for their projects.  No other event out there does this.

If you want to get your music connected to brands, ad firms, music supervisors and the projects they work on, SyncSummit New York is a must-attend event.

 

REEPERBAHN FESTIVAL

September, Hamburg, Germany

Reeperbahn Festival is Germany’s largest music platform for the music and digital industry. The Reeperbahn Festival Conference offers industry professionals a programme that includes more than 300 sessions, networking events, meetings, showcases, and awards shows.

In 2019 about 5,900 professionals and media representatives from 55 countries attended Reeperbahn Festival.

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FOLK ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL

February, Kansas City, USA

The mission of Folk Alliance International is to nurture, engage, and empower the international folk music community – traditional and contemporary, amateur and professional – through education, advocacy and performance.

The conference theme, the Spirit of Creativity, was an exploration of the creative process from inspiration to vocation and a collective conversation about innovation, collaboration, and spirituality in art.

STATISTICS FOR 2019 FOLK ALLIANCE:

2,910 attendees

47 countries represented

476 presenters

150 networking and mentorship sessions

1000 speed meetings

2553 private showcases

181 official showcases

42 professional development panels

64 exhibit hall booths

94 private showcase rooms

 

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JAZZAHEAD

April, Bremen, Germany

Jazzahead is an exhibition and meeting point for the international jazz scene. Since its premiere in 2006, the event has enriched the regional and national cultural scene with its high quality and diverse jazz as well as with international flair. With its unique concept combining showcase festival, conference, exhibition and the Clubnight – all revolving around the central topic “jazz” – the event has become a must attend networking event for the global jazz industry.

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CLASSICAL:NEXT 

May, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Classical:NEXT is the annual global networking and exchange hub dedicated exclusively to classical and art music for all professionals – artists, managers, presenters, orchestras, labels, educators, press, media, publishers and more.

Classical:NEXT consists of an interactive conference, project pitches, showcase concerts, expo, innovation award and networking attended by over 1,300 professionals from more than 45 countries worldwide.

The structure of Classical:NEXT consists of four sections – showcases, conference, project pitches and expo. The conference section is set up to offer presentations, seminars, discussions, one-to-one and roundtable mentoring and other formats to help delegates with burning issues keep up with changes, trends and innovations. The expo exhibits the work of labels, publishers, agents, festivals, associations and others, and serves as a meeting point for all delegates. Showcases are where artists and productions can be presented in a series of short concerts offering artistic directors, concert bookers, journalists and more a unique opportunity to gain an overview of artistic activity within a short space of time. Project Pitches are targeted, fast-moving opportunities for creators and those on the lookout for new creations. They are a kind of “seek-and-find” for collaboration and inspiration.

STATISTICS FOR CLASSICAL:NEXT 2019

  • More than 1300 professionals from 45 countries representing
  • 740 companies
  • 320 exhibiting companies from 30 countries on 93 stands
  • 240 presenters and promoters
  • 170 publishers
  • 450 label representatives and distributors
  • 350 artists (not including performing artists)
  • 190 artist managers
  • 105 international journalists
  • 24 showcasing acts with a total of 80 performers from 18 countries
  • 14 project pitches
  • 38 conferences, mentoring sessions and network meetings
  • 82 speakers, presenters, and mentors from 27 countries

 

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AMERICANAFEST

September, Nashville, USA

Each year, the Americana Music Festival & Conference brings together legendary artists, the next generation of rising stars and industry professionals for six days of music and education. The 20th annual festival and conference was spread over 50 different prestigious music venues across Nashville, including hundreds of electrifying nightly showcases, special events highlighting the culture of Music City, comprehensive music industry panels at its conference headquarters and its hallmark Americana Honors & Awards at the historic Ryman Auditorium.

You don’t have to be involved in the industry to attend a panel, and you don’t have to be a member of the Americana Music Association® to be a part of the community. AMERICANAFEST® is a community for artists, fans and industry leaders alike; it’s about finding your tribe and calling it home.

Whether you’re looking to rock out at a dive bar with a beer in hand or immerse yourself in an intimate singer-songwriter moment over a glass of wine, AMERICANAFEST® has something for anyone who’s passionate about music.

STATISTICS FOR AMERICANAFEST 2019

  • Estimated attendance of 50,000
  • 320 acts showcasing
  • Over 700 performances
  • More than 70 conference panels
  • 89 percent of Conference Registrants attending from 49 US states and D.C.
  • 11 percent of Conference Registrants flying in from 14 countries outside of the U.S.

 

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AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT (ADE)

October, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Celebrating its 24th year Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is both a music conference and festival and is widely recognised as the global meeting point for the creative industry around electronic music.

It is held every year in Amsterdam around October and is one of the largest events in the city as well as the largest conference for electronic music festival in the world. The number of visitors to the dance event has increased steadily from 2014 onwards. In 2014, 350,000 people visited ADE, whereas by 2018 and 2019 this amounted to 400,000 visitors. Apart from a slight decrease in 2017, the number of event visitors increased year-by-year between 2011 and 2017 and reached the highest visitor volume in 2016 with 685,000 visitors.

ADE consists of a daytime conference & festival and night-time festival program, with a total of more than 1000 events in nearly 200 locations. Which basically means that the city of Amsterdam breathes electronic music for five days and nights.

ADE’s conference program is the ultimate business and inspiration platform for the global electronic music industry, featuring dedicated programming for music professionals, aspiring DJs/producers and musicians, tech start-ups, brand- and marketing managers and much more.

Founded in 1995, the conference program takes place every year from ADE Wednesday through to ADE Saturday and features dedicated programming for music professionals, with main conference ADE Pro covering the latest trends in bookings, clubbing and festivals, as well as the very latest insider knowledge on streaming, publishing and label-related topics. ADE’s daytime offer also includes ADE Beats, and ADE Green. Most of the 9.000 delegates work in the field of electronic music and are eager to hear about the latest business and market developments, alongside dedicated programming focused on branding, marketing, sustainability, social change and technology.

The daytime program provides entertainment, engagement and plenty of surprises for the legions of electronic music fans visiting Amsterdam for ADE and features a wealth of dance music-related exhibitions, films, documentaries, DJ showcases, gear master classes and artist Music Talks, taking place across Amsterdam’s five main districts, utilising historical locations and unique venues across the city.

STATISTICS FOR ADE 2019

  • ADE is the largest global platform for electronic music this year offering over 1,000 events spread across nearly 200 locations
  • The 2019 event attracted over 400,000 visitors from a record number of nearly 150 countries
  • More than 9000 music industry professionals attended the conference
  • ADE’s festival program covers the whole spectrum of electronic subgenres, with over 2,500 artists performing in 140 of Amsterdam’s finest music and nightlife spaces.

WOMEX

October, Rotating Cities, Europe

WOMEX – Worldwide Music Expo – is the most international music meeting in the world and the biggest conference of the global music scene, featuring a trade fair, talks, films and showcase concerts. Over 2,500 professionals (including 260 performing artists) come together every October from over 80 countries, making WOMEX not only the number one networking platform for the world music industry, but also the most diverse music meeting worldwide.

Its musical spectrum is unparalleled in the international showcase festival scene, ranging from the most traditional to the new global local underground, embracing folk, roots, local and diaspora cultures and urban and electronic sounds from all over the globe as well as all musical juxtapositions of these. Jazz and classical are explicitly welcome.

The WOMEX program features a Conference, a Showcase and a Film program, as well as a Trade Fair, an annual Opening Gala and the presentation of the WOMEX Awards.

Over the last twenty-five years, the music and the music business has evolved – and so has WOMEX. However, one thing that has been constant since its inception is the core intent of celebrating creativity and diversity as a community — supporting ground-breaking new talents and honouring the established maestros; lauding tradition and the innovations to tradition; loving the richness of the rooted local, and the rightful celebration of a global voice.

 

STATISTICS FOR WOMEX 2019

  • More than 2,500 professionals (including 260 performing artists) from 83 countries representing 1,250 companies
  • 850 event promoters
  • 520 labels, publishers and distributors
  • 410 governmental, educational and other institutions
  • 660 individual booking agents, 610 managers and 300 producers
  • 250 national and international journalists
  • A Trade Fair with 670 exhibiting companies from 55 countries at 250 stands
  • More than 60 Showcase acts with 260 musicians representing 47 countries on 7 stages
  • 110 speakers and mentors from 40 countries in 25 Conference Sessions 20 Network Meetings and offWOMEX presentations and 8 expert Mentoring
  • 17 music-based documentaries from across the globe divided into Market and Public Screenings alongside a Film Library, with 13 attending filmmakers, producers and artists representing their films
  • The WOMEX Radio Studio, organised by NRK (Norway), RBB (Germany), EBU/Euroradio (European Broadcasting Union) and this year’s local media partners Yle (Finnish Broadcasting Company)
  • WOMEX Academy, welcoming the young generation of music professionals this year with 32 fellows from 15 countries through 3 different projects! (From Aruba, Bulgaria, Colombia, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Nepal, Palestine, Poland, Romania, Serbia)

 

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EUROSONIC

January, Groningen, The Netherlands

Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS) is a non-profit, European artist only, 100% showcase festival and music conference. Selling out each year ESNS attracts over 4.000 professional delegates, including 400 international festivals, and showcases around 350 European artists for over 40.000 visitors total.

By day an international music conference takes place in the conference centre, De Oosterpoort, with 150 panels, keynotes, interviews, workshops, dinners, pitches, parties, presentations and meetings on the latest developments in the European and international music, media, production and interactive industry.

By night, during the two showcase festivals (Eurosonic and Noorderslag), musical talent has the chance to present itself to an international audience of music lovers and professionals. Eurosonic is the stepping stone for European acts, taking place in 40 different locations throughout the city centre of Groningen from Wednesday till Friday. Noorderslag presents the best Dutch music and takes place in concert venue De Oosterpoort in Groningen on the Saturday.

ESNS has a proven track record for helping break new acts on the international live music scene. The showcase event has been responsible for kickstarting the international careers of artists such as Shame, Her, Alma, Roosevelt, Aurora, Dua Lipa and many more. This is not only done by offering these acts a stage during ESNS but also by supporting them after the event by way of the European Talent Exchange Programme (ETEP).

STATISTICS FOR EUROSONIC 2019

  • Total number of visitors: 42.061
  • Conference visitors: 4.323
  • Nationalities: 52
  • Acts: 347
  • Number of venues Eurosonic: 39 Number of venues Noorderslag: 9
  • Media & journalists: 423
  • EBU radio stations: 31
  • International festivals: 390
  • ETEP festivals: 130

Whilst Australian artists are not able to showcase at Eurosonic, the programme is open to Australian artists that are bi-national or residents of one of the participating countries.

The event however does offer incredible opportunities for Australian artist managers prepared to make the investment to attend as a delegate and especially for those that are based in Europe.

 

NY:LON CONNECTS

January, Rotates between New York, USA and London, UK

Created and managed by Music Ally and the Music Business Association, NY:LON Connect is a global music event that brings together top executives and influencers from the international music industry to explore the agenda for the coming year. The event provides a platform for key thought leaders to have in-depth discussions on critical topics, learn from each other, and drive positive change within the wider business.

ECMA’S (EAST COAST MUSIC ASSOCIATION)

May, Rotates different East Coast Cities, Canada

From humble beginnings many years ago in a Halifax bar, the East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference has grown from a one-day $1,000 event to a five-day international gathering, with a budget exceeding $1.6 million. At the same time, it has become the premier event of its kind in Atlantic Canada, attracting millions of dollars in economic spin offs. It has become one of the top music industry events in Canada, on par with the JUNOS and the Canadian Country Music Awards.

By inviting members of the international music industry to attend the ECMAs, the East Coast Music Association (ECMA) has marketed Atlantic Canadian music to the world. Artists like the Irish Descendants, the Fables, Natalie McMaster, Sloan, the Rankins, Great Big Sea, Ennis Sisters, Bruce Guthro, Vishten, Ashley MacIsaac, the Barra MacNeils, Gordie Sampson, Madison Violet, Bette & Wallet, Mark Bragg, Joel Plaskett, Matt Mays, the Trews, Jill Barber, Nathan Wiley, the Chucky Danger Band (now Paper Lions), and Sarah McLachlan have launched thriving careers that were given a significant boost by the ECMA.

With the growth of its annual event, the association faces the challenge of meeting music industry expectations, while still honouring the vision of the host communities. The focus of the ECMA – to promote and foster the careers of East Coast artists – remains constant against a backdrop of rapid change within the international music marketplace.

NASHVILLE MUSIC BIZ

May, Nashville, USA

Music Biz, powered by the Music Business Association, aims to unite leaders from the global commerce, content and creative communities in Music City USA to discuss the future of the music business and build relationships that will steer the industry for years to come.

MIDEM

June, Cannes, France

Launched in 1967, Midem is dedicated to helping the music industry and its partners develop business and creativity by bringing together the key players of the music ecosystem over four days in Cannes. Midem’s mission is to help build the modern and innovative music business of tomorrow by boosting the industry’s know-how and pushing its boundaries, leveraging creativity and talent on a global scale.

Every year, Midem designs an insightful and thought-provoking conference programme to help participants overcome the main challenges and harness key trends shaping the future of the international music business.

The programme offers a wealth of learning opportunities with five conference rooms tackling topics from music monetisation (film/TV music, sync, esports, A&R, marketing and promotion, music and brands) to exciting international music scenes and new business models (Latin, African and Asian Forums, Global Indie Voices). Midem also hosts summits on key issues impacting the industry (streaming, copyright, live, legal) and forward-thinking keynote sessions.

In addition, there are showcases, Midem’s Artist Accelerator program for emerging artists from around the world, a trade show, and a networking hub.

PRIMAVERA PRO

June, Barcelona, Spain

Primavera Pro is a global meeting for the music industry of today. During the year it opens a window on the news and challenges of an industry that is in constant evolution, and during the week of Primavera Sound, this commitment culminates in the celebration of the now traditional yearly international meeting in Barcelona.

For 5 days the present and future of the music business are debated with the best-known experts in the field, dozens of newcomer bands and all the tools necessary for the professionals from all around the world who attend the meeting.

Thanks to its position as a strategic point of cultural exchange between Europe, North America and the Latin American countries, Primavera Pro has become an ideal setting for the analysis of the state of the industry calmly and with perspective, to understand what is going on and what is in store for the future.

DAYPRO CONFERENCE The centre of daytime operations, located in the CCCB and the MACBA – both in the centre of Barcelona as well as hosting all the talks, workshops and proposals, also opens the participating emerging bands participating in Primavera Pro with a free daytime stage. This will take place from Wednesday May 30th to Friday June 1st, from 9 in the morning until 6 in the evening.

NIGHT PRO Primavera Pro also has its place in the Primavera Sound programme in Parc del Fòrum with its own stage, open to the festival audience, on which all the bands participating in the meeting will play and with the Night Pro area, that is exclusive for Primavera Pro accredited professionals and is the perfect place to chill out and meet up with people by the Mediterranean with a restaurant area, discounts at the bar and seawater swimming pools.

PRIMAVERA PRO IS AIMED AT:

  • Agents and representatives of national and international artists.
  • Concert promoters and festival and music event organizers.
  • Professionals from independent and multinational record companies, distributors and record shops.
  • Fairs, festivals and concert venues.
  • Communication agencies and press specialised in music, culture, IT, multimedia and Internet.
  • Professionals from public institutions responsible for culture and entertainment, music export offices and organisations that promote music internationally

MUSIC MATTERS

September, Singapore

For the last 14 years, the Music Matters festival has been the pioneer in creating music connections between Asia Pacific with the rest of the world, cementing itself as the gateway for a dynamic line-up of local and international artists looking to break into the world’s most populated region.

STATISTICS FOR MUSIC MATTERS:

  • 1800+ delegates from 43 countries
  • 770+ companies
  • 220+ global speakers
  • 60 artists from 18 countries
  • 145 live shows

 

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ZANDARI FESTA & MUCON

September, Seoul, South Korea

Zandari Festa’s official motto is “listen to music, drink beer, make friends”. Held in the Hongdae region of Seoul, the name ‘Zandari’, former name of Seogyo-dong, signifies little bridge in Korean, represents the conference will to bring all Zandari Festa participants together – musicians, music industry professionals, and audiences from all over the world.

Hosted by the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) and in conjunction the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism (MCST), MU:CON aims to be the place to discover the next wave of Asian indie, idol, and icon music acts destined to make a splash in international music markets. From morning pitching sessions to keynote speeches afternoon to evening music showcases, MU:CON annually spins a 4 day remix of all-day/all-night events to satisfy music executives, music artists, and music fans alike.

 

PAX AUS

October, Melbourne Australia

PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) is a series of gaming festivals held around the world.  PAX AUS is the only edition of the event held outside of the USA. There were over 80,000 attendees at this year’s event, held over three days in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

 

SIM (Sao Paulo, Brazil),

Rio Music Market (Rio, Brazil)

Pulsar Fair (Santiago, Chile)

Fluvial (Valdivia, Chile)

BAFIM (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Circulart (Medellín, Colombia)

FIMPRO (Guadalajara, Mexico)

 

 

 

 

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