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Brighton Music Conference announces its first wave of speakers for 2021

The first round of artists and speakers includes Carl Cox, Jaguar, Bushwacka!, SHERELLE & many more.

Brighton Music Conference announces its first wave of speakers for 2021

After a devastating 18 months for the electronic music industry, life is starting to show signs of normality as we begin to get back to business as usual – albeit slowly and cautiously.

One of the highlights in the yearly calendar in the UK for some time now has been Brighton Music Conference. Nestled nicely on the South Coast of England in the picturesque locale of East Sussex, BMC brings together industry professionals from all walks of life for a multi-day gathering of talks, seminars and workshops. 

Proudly returning after a muchly disgruntling covid-induced absence, the 2021 edition of Brighton Music Conference is already showing signs of pleasant promise – following the announcement of their first wave of specialist speakers. 

The first names to be unveiled for this year’s conference are Bushwacka!, Carl Cox, Jaguar, Just Her, Justin Robertson, Matt Black (Coldcut) Rowetta & Sherelle. They will join a collection of over 200 speakers and representatives from across the industry. 

Returning to the British Airways i360 venue on Brighton’s beachfront from September 22nd to 24th, this years event will focus on inspiration and collaboration, rebuilding and rethinking to create a stronger and brighter future for everyone in the electronic and wider music industry.  

Brighton Music Conference announces its first wave of speakers for 2021

The prestigious beachfront complex will host four Theatres, the BMC networking hub, the Pro meeting Lounge, and a specialised exhibition/tech and services zone; there will also be exclusive networking parties held 450 feet above the city – inside the i360 Pod observation tower.

BMC Founder and CEO Billy Mauseth on this year’s conference: “We are really excited to be welcoming people back to our event in person to celebrate our industry and culture. We worked really hard to put together a digital event during the pandemic last year, so we could still offer support to people in our industry, but you can’t beat the in-person experience to network, learn and be inspired.”

“We are also committed to helping the next generation of DJs, producers, artists and business leaders & during the three days. We’ll be running a dedicated educational program to help cultivate and inspire students and young people wanting to get into the music industry.”

Save the date for BMC 2021, September 22nd to 24th (with the main conference being held on 23rd and 24th).

Tickets:

BMC Golden Ticket – £99 + b/f (limited availability)

BMC Pro Pass – £149 + b/f

BMC Academy Pass (Sold out)

Buy tickets here: http://www.brightonmusicconference.co.uk/buy-tickets/

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