THE final wave of speakers for the Brighton Music Conference 2020 has been announced.

The award-winning electronic music and networking event will feature Archie Hamiltion, Amy Lame, Brandon Block, Bushwacka, Carl Cox, Carly Wilford, Danny Howard, Evil Nine, Jaguar, Jess Bays, Justin Robertson, Judge Jules, Just Her, Huxley, Krafty Kuts, Louisahhh, Martin Ikin, Matt Black Mollie Collins, Roger Sanchez and Rowetta.

The event returns to the i360 on Brighton seafront from September 22 to September 24.

The Brighton Music Conference is to host more than 200 speakers and 60 panels and talks.

Industry leading speakers will take part in in-depth discussions and debates on the biggest issues facing the electronic and wider music industry including the future of the industry and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last year, venues across the country were forced to close their doors, putting them under huge financial pressure and leaving artists and musicians struggling to find work.

As well as the conference there will also be many artists performing throughout BMC with a host of events and networking parties in the i360 pod.

A special welcome event will take place on Wednesday, September 22 at Rockwater, Hove with organisers promising a performance from a special guest.

The “label lounge” also returns for 2021 following its success in previous years.

This will take place on Friday, April 24, at the The Tempest Inn where major labels in electronic music will once again be taking part in one-to-one feedback sessions.

Last year, organisers decided to provide free access to the event due to the coronavirus pandemic and the current financial state of the electronic music industry.

In previous years, the event has taken place in April but to its new date of September in line with coronavirus restrictions.

More information about the event programme and events are expected soon.

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