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ILMC announces full agenda for 2019

Ticketing, investment, management, diversity, streaming, new tech and more are on the agenda for March's 31st International Live Music Conference

By IQ on 29 Jan 2019

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The International Live Music Conference (ILMC) has revealed its full conference programme for 2019.

Featuring 30% more sessions than any previous edition of the conference, topics for the 31st ILMC range from ticketing, agencies, investment and management to diversity, streaming, digital marketing, new technology and more.

“This year’s ILMC agenda features more sessions, more speakers and more topics,” says conference head Greg Parmley. “From our keynote interview with Roger Daltrey to the most immediate issues in the international business and the launch of the new Futures Forum day for young professionals, it’s a packed schedule.”

A committee of over 100 professionals worldwide helps build the ILMC agenda, with input also drawn from key industry associations. The invitation-only event welcomes over 1,000 of the world’s leading live music professionals from over 60 countries each year.

Highlights of the 2019 agenda include:

“This year’s ILMC agenda features more sessions, more speakers and more topics”

Further sessions and details of all guest speakers, including the final Futures Forum, will be announced in the coming weeks.

The full ILMC agenda can be viewed here, while the Futures Forum website is here.

ILMC takes place at the Royal Garden Hotel in London from 5 to 8 March 2019. Companies supporting this year’s conference include Live Nation, Ticketmaster, CTS Eventim, Showsec, Flash Entertainment, Integro, DEAG Entertainment and Mojo Rental.

 


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