The event, which debuted in October 2018, takes place across seven different venues
As we reported back in August, London Music Conference returns on 30 January with a new centre of operations at fabric – and now the first speakers have been announced.
London Music Conference is a three-day, multi-venue event that features workshops, panel discussions and keynote speakers by day, and parties by night – much like WMC, ADE or IMS in miniature, in fact! The conference made its debut in October 2018, and now moves to the Farringdon superclub for its second outing. Seven venues in total will host the 2020 edition (30 Jan-1 Feb), with fabric's main room housing the LMC Exhibition, which is where you'll find the likes of Korg, Yamaha and Point Blank.
The full programme is still to be revealed, but the first speakers announced include artists such as Scuba, Stefano Ritteri, Third Son and Ben Pearce, as well as representatives from the likes of Beatport, Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, the Night-Time Industries Association, Capital FM and the Music Venues Trust. New additions for 2020 include the LMC Accelerator programme, a technology platform that enables aspiring artists and labels to connect with each other, and the LMC Awards, with the gongs being dished out at fabric on 30 January.
If you want to go, then passes are available now, currently priced at £59 or £99 for a one- or three-day Conference pass, or £149 for a three-day Conference+Festival pass that'll get you into the night-time parties as well.
To book, or for more information, see London Music Conference's own website.
Tags: London Music Conference, LMC 2020, fabric, Korg, Yamaha, Point Blank, Scuba, Stefano Ritteri, Third Son, Ben Pearce, Beatport, Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, Night-Time Industries Association, Capital FM and Music Venues Trust.