Featuring Carl Cox, Danny Howard, Darrius Syrossian, Fatboy Slim, Sister Bliss (Faithless), Hannah Wants, Jaguar, Nicole Moudaber, Stanton Warriors and more
Brighton Music Conference (BMC), the UK’s foremost electronic music and networking event will still be going ahead on 1st and 2nd of October but as a virtual only event, streamed live and on-demand. Unfortunately, the physical conference can no longer take place as planned due to new Government restrictions.
In partnership with Beatport, the virtual pass will give access to the panel discussions, Q&As, workshops, tutorials and dj sets as well as exclusive footage. It will be streamed live and on-demand and feature artists including; Carl, Cox, Danny Howard, Darrius Syrossian, DJ Rap, DJ Paulette, East End Dubs, Fatboy Slim, Jaguar, Hannah Wants, Hariet Jaxxon, Josh Butler, Krafty Kuts, Sister Bliss (Faithless), Stanton Warriors, SUAT, Waze & Odyssey and many more.
BMC is committed to uniting the electronic music industry to collaborate, inspire and find solutions to support businesses during the pandemic with all content being live-streamed from the prestigious British Airways i360 venue on Brighton’s beachfront for its seventh edition.
“To say the team here at BMC are totally gutted after we got the news on Monday about the new restrictions would be an understatement to say the least! This will be the third time we have changed the event line up, so we are hoping it will be third time lucky, it’s been a tough few days! We are still committed to delivering a great conference program with some of the biggest names in the industry despite all the hurdles we have had to overcome over the last 6 months.” Billy Mauseth and the BMC Team
All artists and speakers confirmed for 2020 event (In alphabetical order):
Adam Griffin, Alon Shulman, Ben Rush, Carl Cox (via video link), Carl Loben, Carly Wilford, Catherine Loveday, Charlotte Caleb, Colin Dale, Damion Pell, Darius Syrossian, DJ Paulette, DJ Rap, Ellie Talebian, Felix Canetti Clarke, Fleur Shore, Graeme Park, Greg Marshall, Hadi Ahmadzadeh, Harriet Jaxxon, Heiko Hoffmann, Jaguar, Jay Hill, John Gold, Josh Butler, Jumpin Jack Frost, Krafty Kuts, Martha Cleary, Michael Kill, Neil Evans, Nicole Moudaber, Nikki McNeill, Niks Delanacy, Nolan, Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, Paul Arnold, Professor Fiona Measham, Raj Ramanandi, Rich NxT, Robert Luis, Rowetta, Sacha Wall, Sam Taylor, Samantha Warren, Sara Al Hamad, Seb Zito, Serge Santiago, Sister Bliss (Faithless), Shino Parker, Simon Birkumshaw, Simon Hills, Stanton Warriors, Steph, Steven Braines, Stuart Knight, SUAT, Tracey Fox, Tristan Hunt, Wax Worx, Waze & Odyssey.
Over 200 speakers and representatives confirmed including (In alphabetical order):
AFEM, AIM, Amnesia, AudioLock, Axtone, BBC, Beatport, Believe, BIMM, Black Bandcamp, CMU, Data Transmission, Data Transmission Radio, Decoded, DJ Mag, Do Not Sleep, ECODISCO, Funktion One, Global Publicity, Help Musicians UK, he.she.they, Hypeddit, Iconic Underground Magazine, InChorus, Label Worx, Loft Sessions, Mixmag, Motion Artists, NTIA, rightsHUB, RSH Audio, Sentric Music, Shanghaied, shesaid.so, Skiddle, Skint, Toolroom Records, Tru Thoughts, Ultra Music & more.
View full program here: https://www.brightonmusicconference.co.uk/whats-on-2020/
BMC Virtual Pass £25 +b/f
Buy tickets here: http://www.brightonmusicconference.co.uk/buy-tickets/
Save the date for BMC20 Virtual Conference on 1st and 2nd October with more info on the final event program to follow.
All tickets for BMC20 will be valid for BMC21 (29th & 30th April 2021) and everyone who has bought a ticket for BMC20 will also get full access to the BMC20 virtual conference as well. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Brighton Music Conference would like to thank everyone for their continued support, especially the i360, sponsors and partners. We can’t help everyone in the industry but everyone in the industry can help someone.
BMC also supports the charities Help Musicians UK, and Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.
About Brighton Music Conference
The award-winning Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is the UK’s foremost electronic music conference & networking event, focusing on innovation, education & the key issues facing the electronic dance music sector. BMC brings together Industry-leading delegates and speakers at over 60 talks, seminars and workshops, alongside networking events throughout the conference duration. It is attended by 1000s of experienced music industry professionals, the next generation of DJs, producers as well as electronic music enthusiasts.
BMC was also awarded by the NTIA at the Ambassadors of the Night Awards 2019 for their work and commitment to developing awareness and education of the UK Electronic Music Scene internationally within the NTE.