Future Music Forum is Europe's favourite boutique music industry conference, in Barcelona in September 2017. This year it will feature the go-to event for sync/publishing, the London Sync Sessions.
Artists: Dante Ross (Legendary Hip Hop producer), Mandar Thakur (COO, Times Music), Tracy Maddux (CEO, CD Baby), Seth Jackson (Founder/CEO, Landmrk), Seymour Stein (Chairman/VP, Sire Records/Warner Bros. Records), Kajal Gayadien (Global Head of Licensing, Vevo) and Steven Bartlett (CEO of Social Chain), Sarah Bridge (Music Supervisor, The Theory of Everything, Absolutely Fabulous), Jesper Gadeberg (Music Supervisor, Music Stylist), Duncan Smith (Senior Music Supervisor, Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe), Ian Cooke (Music Supervisor - Amy, Luther, Call The Midwife), Ian Neil (Director Music for Film, TV, Advertising and Computer Games, Sony Music Entertainment), Abi Leland (Owner of Leland Music/Leland Originals)
Estrella Damm Brewery, Carrer del Rossello, 515, Barcelona, 08025, Spain
Tickets: July Special: EUR 150, August Price: EUR 200, September Price: EUR 250
Time: 2pm - 10pm
The Future Music Forum is a global 3-day music conference presenting industry speakers from around the world, networking sessions, keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops and live showcases from Europe's freshest up and coming bands. 2017 will be the first edition of the event featuring the London Sync Sessions, which has built on its huge inaugural success in 2015 at Metropolis Studios and now looking forward to an even bigger lineup in its 3rd year as the go-to event for the world of sync, publishing and music supervision.
Perfect for marketeers, imagineers, entrepreneurs and music industry professionals, the conference will feature sessions on advertising, TV and film (including the most effective music syncs and music supervision), cross-channel and influencer marketing, the effective use of music in brand strategy, the emergence of the Indian and Chinese markets and the art of playlisting.
This 8th edition of the FMF follows seven successful years of growth, which have seen an array of music tech companies, entrepreneurs, musicians and music industry related executives descend on Barcelona for three days of lively discussion focused on where the music industry is heading and how its key players are driving change, innovation and improvements in best practice across the board. Participants have included Shazam, Beggars Group, Spotify, 8Tracks, EMI, Sony, Soundcloud and many more.