Organizers of Next Big Nashville are upping the ante for this fall’s event. The annual festival is evolving under the new moniker SoundLand, a four-day, indoor/outdoor set to hit Nashville Sept. 21-24.
SoundLand will feature the usual showcases, concerts, VIP Parties and music business workshops, and will expand with the addition of outdoor stages, an arts village, local food and more.
In recent years, Next Big Nashville had combined with Leadership Music’s Digital Summit. The two organizations have parted in that respect, with LM continuing on with plans for an upcoming Digital Summit.
SoundLand will have an educational/workshop component but it will not be a traditional conference. Instead of holding events in a single location, there will be “Field Trips” and artist-led workshops.
No artist performance submissions are being accepted this year, instead the event will be purely booked by NBN organizers.
A limited number of Earlybird wristbands are available for $35. The price jumps to $55 later this month. More here.
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