With Melbourne Music Week fast approaching, it’s about time you make sure you’ve got yourself sorted with tickets for Face The Music. We say that because if there’s ever been a year you need to make sure you don’t miss out, it’s this one. With a new location and the addition of live music alongside the usual summit suspects, FTM 2016 is set to be bigger and better than ever before.
Sitting pretty at the Melbourne Music Week Hub, the summit will take place from November 17-18 and will have a keen focus on ‘thinking locally, acting globally’ “‘cos there’s never been a better time to show the rest of the world what we’ve got” here Down Under. Over the two days of panels and keynotes, there’s something for everyone from the label head-honcho to the undiscovered artist to the keen as punter and everyone in-between at this year’s summit.
As always, we can expect the meeting of minds across a number of themed panels (from inside the job of a producer to environmental consciousness in music to the maintenance of safe spaces) along with speed meetings for you to pitch yourself and you music and keynotes from esteemed influencers and experts (Anthony Fantano, Andrew Jervis and Zan Rowe to name but a few). This year is also the inaugural year of live music as part of Face The Music, bringing live speakers together with showcases from labels set to be your next faves.
Tickets can be purchased for the full conference as well as single day passes being available. If you happen to be a member of Music Victoria, APRA AMCOS , AAM, The Push or FReeZA, you’re eligible for a 10% discount off a full conference pass.
Face The Music tickets can be purchased here
Full Conference Pass: $120.00
Student / Concession Full Conference Pass: $96.00 (Student and Concession Pass holders will need to provide ID on collection.)
Day Pass: $80.00
Image: Face The Music