It’s time to start thinking ahead to SXSW 2020. Spanning 20 Tracks of programming, the SXSW Conference provides an opportunity for global professionals at every level to participate, learn, and network. To ensure the programming you are most excited about makes it to the stage, vote on your favorite proposals during Community Voting from now until August 23, 2019.
SXSW Platinum and Music Badges receive primary access to Music Tracks programming and secondary access to Interactive and Film Tracks. Stay tuned for more programming announcements coming Fall 2019 and learn more about the Music Tracks below.
The landscape for musicians has undergone seismic shifts as the traditional industry base has changed over the last two decades. How can musicians and publishers navigate, survive, and thrive in this dynamic space? The Creating & Monetizing Music Track will educate, inform, and equip everyone from artists to executives with the skills and tools they need to develop new opportunities.
Emerging technologies and cultural trends are transforming the music industry more rapidly than ever before. The Future of Music Track examines these issues by exploring all aspects of the industry, from rights management and immersive live performances to experiential marketing campaigns and more.
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PanelPicker® is the official SXSW user-generated session proposal platform. This easy, two-step online process allows the SXSW community to have a voice in what sessions are programmed at SXSW. Help shape the 2020 SXSW Conference by voting on proposals during Community Voting from August 5-23, 2019. Learn More »
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Registration and housing are now open for the SXSW 2020. Take a look back at previous Keynotes, Featured Sessions, Showcases, Red Carpets, and Q&A’s on our YouTube Channel, and get ready for SXSW 2020 programming announcements in the coming months.
2019 Featured Speaker Taylor Bennett – Photo by Miguel Esparza
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