The first ever London Music Conference takes place next month
Featuring talks, panels, label showcases and more
The first ever London Music Conference (LMC) will take place from October 11 to 13.
Running for three days, the event aims to explore and educate on topics related to dance music via discussion panels, networking events and parties.
Some of the topics include Secrets to Succeed in booking, promoting and managing stars, artist meets and Masterclasses in Mixing.
Among the speakers are Mixmag Editor Duncan Dick, Mark Newton from Broadwick Live/Printworks London, Alan Miller from the Nighttime Association, Nikki Gordon from Ministry of Sound and Miguel Estevez from new Hackney club UNDR.
LMC will include more than 30 conference sessions, 15 label showcases, 450 delegates, 45 events, 60 speakers and 50 content partners. It'll be hosted at venues such as Oval Space, The Pickle Factory, Ministry Of Sound and Egg London.
LMC Director Sam Speaight said: “It is the power of community, of shared vision, of a shared love for the creative experience of music that is at the core of London Music Conference.
Tickets are £150 for all three days, while daily passes are £55. Get them here.
Head to the official site for more information.
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