Brighton Music Conference has revealed a first wave list of DJs, producers and artists for the 2021 edition.
Also announced, DJ and BBC Radio 1 host Jaguar will be joining the panel of speakers, as well as music industry affiliates including Michael Kill, CEO of the Night Time Industries Association.
Artists at the forefront of electronic music were picked to speak at the event, which will take place this year at the beachfront British Airways i360.
Billy Mauseth, founder of Brighton Music Conference said: “we are really excited to be welcoming people back to our event in person to celebrate our industry and culture.
“We worked really hard to put together a digital event during the pandemic last year, so we could still offer support to people in our industry but you can’t beat the in-person experience to network, learn and be inspired.”
Hundreds of speakers will take to the panels across the weekend to discuss “a stronger and brighter future” for the music industry, in which Mauseth adds, “we are also committed to helping the next generation of DJs, producers, artists and business leaders.”
Workshops, talks and seminars will go ahead over the course of the event as well as a dedicated educational program helping young students find their way into the music industry.
BMC will take place across four theatres, the ‘BMC networking hub’, a meeting lounge, and a tech zone. An exclusive networking party will also go ahead in the i360 Pod observation tower, 450 feet above the city.
Tickets to Brighton Music Conference are available now.
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