On Sept. 3, Brighton Music Conference 2020 announced that it would be partnering with Beatport to provide a new virtual pass that would open its doors to live and on-demand programming on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2 of this year.
Scheduled to take place at the prestigious British Airways i360 venue on Brighton’s beachfront for its seventh edition, the digital event will consist of panel discussions, Q&As, workshops, tutorials, and DJ sets in three theaters.
Marking the first virtual music conference of 2020, all artists and speakers confirmed for the event will include, (listed alphabetically): Albie Saliba, Alon Shulman, Anna Russell, Aryana Neo, Archie Hamilton, Ben Rush, Carl Cox (via video link), Carl Loben, Carly Wilford, Charlotte Ambrose, Charlotte Spillerova, Chris Goss, Christopher Davies-Smith, Claire Rose, Clara Suess, Damion Pell, Darius Syrossian, Dean Marsh, DJ Kitty, DJ Paulette, DJ Rae, DJ Rap, Ellie Talebian, Faithless, Fleur Shore, Freddy Masters, Georgia Roberts, Gordon Mac, Grahame Farmer, Greg Marshall, Habs Akram, Harold Heath, Harriet Jaxxon, Heiko Hoffmann, Irvine Welsh, Jack Collins, Jaguar, Jake Shillingford, Jasmine Kent-Smith, Jay Forster, Jay Hill, Jeff Gray, John Gold, Josh Butler, Joshua, Judy Griffith, Jules O’Riordan AKA Judge Jules, Jumpin Jack Frost, Just Her, Krafty Kuts, Lee Morrison, Leftwing:Kody, Lutz Leichsenring, Mark Knight, Mark Radford, Markus Saarländer, Martha Cleary, Matt King, Michael Kill, Mike Seddon, Mitch Davis, Neil Evans, Nick Lawrence, Nicole Moudaber, Nikki McNeill, Niks Delanacy, Nolan, Nomine aka Outrage, Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, Nurve, Orbital, Patrick Cloherty, Paul Ridney, Pete Jordan, Prok & Fitch, Phutek, Raj Ramanandi, Reju Sharma, Rich NxT, Robbie Murch, Robert Luis, Rowetta, Sacha Lord, Sacha Wall, Sam Taylor, Samantha Warren, Sara Al Hamad, Seb Zito, Serge Santiago, Shino Parker, Silvia Montello, Simon Birkumshaw, Simon Hills, Ski Oakenfull, Sophie Bloggs, Stanton Warriors, Steph, Steve Mac, Steve Nickolls, Steven Braines, SUAT, Suddi Raval, Susan Gloy-Kruse, Tammy Tinawi, Tracey Fox, Tristan Hunt, Yousef, Wax Worx, Waze & Odyssey.
“After some serious graft to turn the program around for the conference to go ahead on October 1st & 2nd, we will today be announcing BMC going digital for the first time ever and we are really excited about the possibilities of reaching people around the world with a virtual pass to access the conference online in realtime & on-demand.’’– BMC Team
The award-winning Brighton Music Conference (BMC) is the UK’s foremost electronic music conference and networking event, focusing on innovation, education, and the key issues facing the electronic dance music sector. BMC also supports the charities Help Musicians UK and Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.