All tickets for the 29th International Live Music Conference have been snapped up, with a handful of passes remaining for the Gala Dinner & Arthur Awards, IPM and GEI
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Every ticket for March's bumper ILMC 31 has been snapped up, with only a limited number of passes for Futures Forum, IPM and GEI remaining
By IQ on 21 Feb 2019
As if by magic, the final pass for the 31st International Live Music Conference (ILMC) today vanished into the ether, with more than 1,000 of the world’s leading live music sorcerers and their apprentices confirmed to be attending this year’s supernaturally sold-out event.
While full passes for the magic-themed ILMC 31 – like 2016’s arcade-orientated ILMC 28, 2017’s murderously mysterious ILMC 29 and last year’s out-of-this-world ILMC 30 – is completely sold out, a limited number of one-day passes are up for grabs for Futures Forum, the new conference strand for young professionals on Friday 8 March.
“In just under two weeks, the international live music business kicks off its annual get-together for our biggest ILMC to date,” comments ILMC head Greg Parmley. “From keynote interviews with Roger Daltrey and Dua Lipa to the launch of Futures Forum, an all-star Open Forum featuring the giants of the business and sessions tackling ticketing, partnerships, investment, accessibility and more, it’s set to be another can’t-miss edition of ILMC.”
Highlights of the 2019 agenda – which includes 30% more sessions than any previous edition of the conference – include:
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.