We know your schedule may be hectic, so we’re here to help you plan accordingly by highlighting some of the best events going down this year. There are tons of great conferences happening throughout 2021, so we’ll be breaking up the best ones by season over multiple articles. Network, learn, and connect with these music industry conferences you don’t want to miss this Spring…
Best Springtime Music Industry Conferences in 2021Stuck at home? No problem. There are tons of music industry conferences still going strong this year to help artists like you sharpen their skills and connect with the industry on a deeper level. 🧠 Click To Tweet
A2IM Indie Week
When: June 14-17
A2IM Indie Week is a 4-day, annual international conference and networking event aimed at maximizing the global impact of Independent music. This year, the event is being held virtually, but nonetheless jam packed with great resources and opportunities for artists, labels, and industry professionals. // To get in on the action and buy your tickets, visit their website here.
When: June 21-23
Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Fest is a cultural movement led by Greater Boston Black and Brown artists, culture makers and creative entrepreneurs who are on the front lines of racial equity, spatial justice, and economic empowerment. This year, they’ve gone virtual with the fest. // Find out more here.
When: May 4-7
This year, LAMC returns with an elevated, streamlined virtual event experience. Overflowing with panels, workshops, and music showcases, the event is free and open to the public. As usual, the Latin Alternative Music Conference is one of the staple events in the industry where artists and labels alike migrate for the best in Latin Alternative music. // To register for free, click here.
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Canadian Music Week
When: May 18-21
Canada’s largest music conference and festival is back this year for a virtual rendition of its beloved music week. Canadian Music Week Conference is the premier annual music business and networking event in Canada. With keynotes, speakers, panels, workshops, master classes and more, this conference offers an amazing resource for those looking to connect and broaden their music biz skills internationally. // Click here to register for this event.
When: June 28- July 1st
This year’s MIDEM is free and fully virtual! Launched in 1967, Midem is dedicated to helping the music industry develop business, strategy and creativity by bringing together the key players of the music ecosystem online and in Cannes. In addition, their digital platform brings the global music community together online to stimulate discussion, share solutions, and achieve a better understanding of what is ahead for our industry in the post-COVID era. // Stay updated with their latest news about the event here.