The International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA) has canceled its 50th Annual Conference originally slated for October in Nashville. IEBA members will receive full instructions regarding the 2020 refund process in the coming weeks.
“This was not an easy decision. However, due to the massive impact of COVID-19, we feel it is best to press pause this year and return stronger than ever in the fall of 2021,” said IEBA Chair Renee Alexander, Minnesota State Fair’s Deputy GM of Entertainment & Marketing.
The annual IEBA conference will return in 2021 on Oct. 3-5, 2021 at the Omni Nashville.
“This is a time of huge loss. The global shutdown of concerts and live events is taking a devastating toll on our industry and presented the greatest set of challenges in IEBA’s 50-year history,” said IEBA Executive Director Pam Matthews. “We acknowledge the need to connect with each other now more than ever, and we are developing plans to ensure that our members will have an opportunity to do so this fall. Expect another announcement from us in the weeks to come.”
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