BBC Music Introducing Live comes to Tobacco Dock in London on 8 to 11 November. Attendees can expect three days of talks, panels, performances, masterclasses and more. There will be a chance to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in the industry, from brands, record labels, streaming services, as well as artists and BBC DJs and producers.
BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Asian Network and BBC Radio 3 will be hosting shows and broadcasting live from the event. As well as this, there will be a number of live music events in the evenings.
Panels and talks include: How To get a Job in The Music Industry, Grime: The next Chapter and Streaming and Playlists Explained.
Industry names will also be present including: Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis, producer Steph Marziano, Kanya King MBE (MOBO Awards), Annabella Coldrick-Ford (Chief Executive, MMF UK), Claire Gevaux (Director of Programme, Help Musicians UK), Amanda Maxwell (Boiler Room) and Suzanne Bull MBE (Founder & Director, Attitude Is Everything).
There will be a UK Music Careers Fair and the Independent Label market, which was first launched on Soho’s Berwick Street in 2011, comes to Tobacco Dock with vinyl for sale by a selection of independent record labels.
Hosted by BBC Music and supported by the UK music industry, BBC Music Introducing Live is aimed at young people looking to start their career in the music industry.