Brazil Music Conference looks to its 10th edition in March, announces new dates
South America’s Rio Music Conference will celebrate a decade this March, approaching its milestone anniversary on March 7–10 with a new title: the Brazil Music Conference.
In addition to a new name, the event will likewise take place in a different location, moving from Rio to São Paulo, the epicenter of Brazil’s clubbing culture. South America’s leading dance music event, the Brazil Music Conference seeks to unite DJs, producers, entrepreneurs, and media personnel alike to serve as a platform for brands and investors involved in the electronic music market, a sector of the music industry that moves more than $7-billion-dollars in the world’s economy each year.
Last year, the Brazil Music Conference brought attendees 74 hours of programming events spanning three-days, 270 speakers, more than 100 activities, panels and workshops, Q&A sessions, speech coaching, and various network areas as event offerings. The conference attracted 400 different brands to its trade fair, additionally overseeing 60 parties given during Brazil’s club week. The Brazil Music Conference has become an integral event in the landscape of South America’s electronic dance music movement. Those interested in learning more about the Brazil Music Conference may visit the conference’s Facebook event page here.