Music Expo: The Music Conference for Music Makers to Rock 3 Major US Cities in 2017
San Francisco, Calif. (March 16, 2017). This year, for its fourth year, Music Expo is back with a conference that is bigger and better than ever before. Hosted in association with the world's premier music recording technology magazine, Sound on Sound, The Music Expo is the perfect event for anyone interested in the art of making music. In 2017, attendees can expect better more innovative educational sessions, more studio sessions, interactive exhibitions, more in-depth product demos, and exclusive brand immersion, all with a vibe everyone can groove to. The expo will also be announcing the winners of the Remix Awards, a remix contest giving artists exposure to the biggest names in the industry.
Last year, Music Expo experienced over 50% year over year growth, and 2017 is shaping up to bring another year of unprecedented growth. Music Expo was such a success in San Francisco, the group decide to spread the love across the nation. The conference will be headlining in:
Miami: May 13th at the SAE Institute, Boston: June 10th at iZotope, and in San Francisco: November 11th at the SAE Expression College, with another potential date to be added in Nashville.
The musical majesty kicks off 2017 in Miami. Frank Socorro, Career Services Representative at SAE Institute Miami, shared his feelings, saying: “we are very excited to bring a conference, that continues to be such a success with the Northern Californian music industry, to Miami, where there is a vibrant community of artists, producers and engineers”. The SAE Institute provides state of the art facilities, and all of the latest technologies in mixing, recording and editing.
The audience in Miami, as well as the other cities, is chock full of professionals from within the music business, offering the only networking opportunity of its kind to industry professionals. Attendees can expect to schmooze with representatives from Arturia, Yamaha, Ableton, RME, iZotope and other big-names, along with fellow artists, engineers, technophiles and tastemakers.
Nick Humbert, International Business Development Manager for Sound on Sound Magazine, had this to say about the event: “we are delighted to endorse and partner with Music Expo yet again in 2017. The events are always unique and bring all music makers together in an environment that encourages learning, collaboration, and performance. I am so glad the event is spreading to 3 new cities this year”.
With three locations confirmed, the event is more accessible than ever, with bigger names, more attendees, and an even brighter spotlight, this year’s Music Expo promises to be the best one yet. Don’t miss this truly unique event for music industry pros. Spots are limited, but the opportunities aren’t. Register now.
If you are an Exhibitor or Sponsor, and see an opportunity to showcase your musical brand or product, Music Expo wants to hear from you. Contact us now at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 213.973.3534.