Music Moves Europe Talent Award winners Albin Lee Meldau, AVEC, Bishop Briggs, Lxandra and Reykjavíkurdætur added to ESNS line-up.
ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) has published the schedules for its 2019 edition. Next to the previously announced Music Moves Europe Talent Award winners blackwave. (be) and Pip Blom (nl) more winners will join the Eurosonic line-up; Albin Lee Meldau (se), AVEC (at), Bishop Briggs (gb), Lxandra (fi) and Reykjavíkurdætur (is) have also been added to the Eurosonic schedules. All stage times are available at the ESNS website, esns.nl and the apps for iOS and Android.
Media partners of ESNS have sent their recommendations for the upcoming festival, which includes EUT (nl) and Mavi Phoenix (at) as the most listed artists. All media recommendations are available via esns.nl/recommended.
In the meantime, the ESNS 2019 conference is taking shape, with the final confirmations expected soon. At the ESNS website you can also find the conference programme with all confirmed keynote speakers and panels, as well as the delegate database.
The ESNS conference with around 150 panels will be held in and around de Oosterpoort. The festival, with showcases by around 350 acts from Europe, takes place in the city of Groningen, the Netherlands, from January 16 – 19, 2019.
Tickets & registrations
Tickets for the festival and registrations for the ESNS conference are currently available via esns.nl.
ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) is the key exchange for emerging European music talent, with a proven track record of helping to break new acts on the international music scene. With its first ever dual-country focus on the Czech Republic and Slovakia, ESNS stages more than 350 showcases alongside offering a full conference programme of around 150 panels and keynotes, alongside multiple networking opportunities and award ceremonies. The event attracts more than 4,000 conference delegates from all sections of the entertainment industry, including representatives of over 400 festivals.
Nikki McNeill | Global Publicity