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Electronic Music Conference

The Electronic Music Conference is an annual music festival in Sydney, and a leading industry event in Asia Pacific.

More than a showcase of electronic music, the festival brings together industry professionals and business people including those working in clubs, festivals, events, press and public relations, production, touring, record labels, artist management, and tech.

Electronic Music Conference Sydney 2020 Dates, Prices & Event Program

The multi-day conference is held in Sydney every November, featuring both day and night activities. The program includes keynote speakers, workshops, breakout sessions, master classes, and networking events. It also includes club nights, after-dark parties, pop-ups, and film screenings showcasing talented artists as well as emerging artists in electronic music.

This event is immersive and a great chance to learn valuable insights and knowledge from industry experts. It’s also beneficial for business development, employment opportunities, networking locally and internationally, meeting peers and colleagues, and learning practical tips in song writing, music creation, and production while having fun. Past keynote speakers include Blond-ish, FlexMami, Gilles Peterson, Greg Wilson, Sasha, Ben Marshall, Claire Morgan, and Honey Dijon.

Attendees coming outside of Sydney will need to book their own accommodation and travel, but special rates may be provided by the Electronic Music Conference organizers; get in touch with them for more details.

Recently, the event had been moved to a new location; the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Ultimo – an establishment designed by the famous Frank Gehry. The venue is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including breakout spaces, auditoriums, and conference rooms.

Event Dates

TBA - November 2020

Event Times

TBA

Venue

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building

Address

Ultimo Road
Ultimo, NSW

Prices

TBA

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