Music Expo To Hold Inaugural Nashville Conference This Fall

Music Expo, the multi-city conference series for music makers in partnership with Sound On Sound, is hosting its first-ever Music Expo Nashville on Sept. 22.

Hosted by SAE Institute, the day-long exhibition will feature keynote presentations, panels and educational workshops led by producers, engineers, songwriters, music industry leaders and tastemakers including Brian Bauer, Matt Leigh, Zach Allen, Logan Crowell, Robert Venable and more.

Early bird conference tickets are $15 and are available now until July 31st. The final program and speaker lineup will be announced in the coming weeks. Since Music Expo’s inception five years ago, the series of conferences has brought together artists, producers, engineers and innovators in cities like Boston and Miami.

“Our mission is to provide a platform that encourages dialogue between music creators, and after five years in other cities, we are really excited to bring Music Expo to Nashville for the first time with the help of SAE Institute. Nashville is a music hub for so many creators, musicians, producers and songwriters, and we hope to be apart of that, and provide more opportunities for the creative community to gather,” said Loïc Maestracci, Founder of Music Expo.

Early bird conference tickets are $15 and are available now until July 31. 

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