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Brighton Music Conference 2017 Reveals First Speakers

Brighton Music Conference returns for the annual meet up with many of dance musics industry professionals.

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Brighton Music Conference 2017 is gearing up for one big event with the first names arriving on the schedule, and the conference have some exciting talks, keynotes and experiences on offer. Taking place on April 27th and 28th, the two day conference will take place in Brighton at the Brighton Dome.

The conference is for the dance music industry to come together in the UK and talk about some of the topics which are currently evolving and at the forefront of dance music. This year, the Brighton Music Conference 2017 has already locked in part of it’s schedule, revealing a number of keynotes which are directly involving topics such as UK nightlife, PR & Promo, Radio Vs. Streaming and much more.

So who will be attending the talks? Well one stands out from the rest, with Alan Miller (Chairman of the NTIA) speaking to Fabric London’s co-founder Keith Reilly, touching on what exactly happened with it’s closure, new measures to reopen, the battle etc etc. Other key speakers at the event include BBC Radio One DJ Danny Howard, Terry Weerasinghe representing Beatport, Gen O’Neill from Live Nation and many others.

The Toolroom Academy will also be taking place at the Brighton Music Conference 2017, with a number of speakers attending, demo drops taking place as well as a live production seminars with Prok & Fitch, and the mighty D.Ramirez. Also in attendance will be Native Instruments with their Native Sessions. More information on that is set to be revealed soon.

And a number of keynotes and talks will take place on the production front, with the likes of Mark Knight, Darius Syrossian, High Contrast, Sam Divine, Josh Butler and many others taking part. This is the place to be at the end of April.

You can find out more information on Brighton Music Conference 2017 here.

Brighton Music Conference 2017.

Brighton Music Conference 2017 is gearing up for one big event with the first names arriving on the schedule, and the conference have some exciting talks, keynotes and experiences on offer. Taking place on April 27th and 28th, the two day conference will take place in Brighton at the Brighton Dome.

The conference is for the dance music industry to come together in the UK and talk about some of the topics which are currently evolving and at the forefront of dance music. This year, the Brighton Music Conference 2017 has already locked in part of it’s schedule, revealing a number of keynotes which are directly involving topics such as UK nightlife, PR & Promo, Radio Vs. Streaming and much more.

Brighton Music Conference 2017.

So who will be attending the talks? Well one stands out from the rest, with Alan Miller (Chairman of the NTIA) speaking to Fabric London’s co-founder Keith Reilly, touching on what exactly happened with it’s closure, new measures to reopen, the battle etc etc. Other key speakers at the event include BBC Radio One DJ Danny Howard, Terry Weerasinghe representing Beatport, Gen O’Neill from Live Nation and many others.

The Toolroom Academy will also be taking place at the Brighton Music Conference 2017, with a number of speakers attending, demo drops taking place as well as a live production seminars with Prok & Fitch, and the mighty D.Ramirez. Also in attendance will be Native Instruments with their Native Sessions. More information on that is set to be revealed soon.

And a number of keynotes and talks will take place on the production front, with the likes of Mark Knight, Darius Syrossian, High Contrast, Sam Divine, Josh Butler and many others taking part. This is the place to be at the end of April.

You can find out more information on Brighton Music Conference 2017 here.

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