After pre-events in Curitiba and São Paulo, the Rio Music Conference is back for a ninth edition next year and the buzz is already growing.
The festival, which bring together music moguls from all over the world, has been growing year after year and will take place on a bigger scale this year. Thanks to the calibre of this festival, it has become a must-visit for anyone in the music industry. With over 100 activities that include debates, lectures, seminars, workshops, speed coaching among others; the most relevant faces of the music scene make their way to the festival every year.
This year, the festival will be taking place at Museu de Arte do Rio on February 15th, 16th and 17th and will welcome artists, entrepreneurs as well as producers from the electronic music and live entertainment industry.
The festival will feature a range of diverse key topics including marketing, sponsorship and branding experience sectors; technical and music production; copyright; public policies; event management and other cultural endeavours; artist management; technology; global trends in electronic music as well as more about the party and festival scene.
You can also enjoy browsing through some fascinating music facts and intriguing information about the current events and scenario of the industry as the festival plans to release a ‘Market Yearbook’ . The book will also feature winners of the VI RMC Awards highlighting 2016’s Best of the Year from more than 15 categories.
The Rio Music Festival, which is the closing festival for RMC, will take place between February 24th and 28th, at Marina da Glória and will feature of mix of national and international artists.
That’s not all! RMC will also feature an RMC Club Week between February 15th and February 28th. So be a part of the celebration and enjoy free entrance and discounts from top clubs in the city.
If you can’t wait to get your tickets, then check out the information below:
Tickets for Rio Music Carnival will be on sale soon and registrations for RMC 2017 include the Conference – February 15th, 16th and 17th – as well as panels and debates with participation from the most relevant players from the entertainment business, nationally and internationally, as well as workshops featuring live tutorials by experts in the field, plus networking: lounges for acquaintanceship.
For registrations, this is where you need to head to – https://goo.gl/K9IhI9
December 2016: R$100,00
January 2017: R$130,00
Until February 14th, 2017: R$150,00
As of February 15th, 2017 (only at the Museum): R$180,00
So make haste, because you’ll be missing out on some pretty outstanding things. Just look at the aftermovie of last year’s conference.