The Music Business Association’s annual Music Biz Conference will remain in Music City through 2021 at the recently opened JW Marriott Nashville, the organization has announced. Music Biz 2019 will take place May 5-8, with Music Biz 2020 and 2021 following May 11-14, 2020 and May 10-13, 2021, respectively. The conference recently held its largest event in the past 17 years, with over 2,200 in attendance.
“Music Biz owes a great deal of thanks for the support of former mayors Karl Dean and Megan Barry and now Mayor David Briley, as well as the Nashville Convention & Visitors’ Bureau and the Nashville music community, all of whom have made us feel so welcome in Nashville and have made the process of bringing our Conference to their city so effortless,” offered Music Biz President James Donio. “Nashville has become a hotbed of activity for all aspects of the industry, making it the perfect place for the global content, commerce and creative communities to gather and discuss how our industry can continue to drive collective prosperity.”
The Music Biz Conference first came to Nashville in 2015, and has continued to grow year-over-year while maintaining its high level of educational programming and featured keynote speakers. The Conference continues to draw an ever-increasing representation from the global music business community, with Music Biz 2018 bringing attendees from 17 countries outside of the US to Music City.
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