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What is Web3 Anyway? And Should I Care?

The short answer is yes! Join Luminate's Head of Global Research, Matt Yazge, as he reveals the results of the Luminate Gaming + Web3 Study for the first time to the public. Learn to what extent consumers even know what Web3 means or what an NFT is -- in addition to how fans expect to see music show up across Web3 and the Metaverse. We will review best practices on how to activate in the space and create meaningful connections with fans.

How to Make Full-Time Income with Keynote Concerts, Custom Songs, & Private VIP Concerts

Discover how to perform on large conference stages by combining live music with speaking to deliver "Keynote Concerts" for sold-out audiences, get paid to write custom songs for influencers and other high-end clients, and get booked for private VIP concerts. You will gain very practical knowledge about how to realistically make great income (even six-figures) with music in new ways that are wide open and full of opportunity right now.

GMS 2022: Crafting Niche Music Soundtracks for Film/TV

Is weaving the perfect soundtrack akin to method acting? How do you inhabit the minds of the people portrayed on screen and select the right music to support or drive their stories? Hear NYC music supervisors from across a spectrum of diverse film and TV work discuss their approaches to the craft.

NIVA Saved the Industry. Now What?

When the live music and comedy venue industry was at risk of mass collapse with COVID shutdowns, the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) formed and created a movement across the country to Save Our Stages. NIVA did the unimaginable -- it secured $16 billion in federal emergency relief. Get insights from NIVA co-founders and board members about what the association’s focus is for the future now that venues, promoters and festivals are back and navigating today’s challenges.

GMS 2022: How Tech Makes Your Life Better: Music Industry Edition

Leading on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Music Industry: Where We Are and Where We Are Going

Major label Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officers Eric Hutcherson, Maurice Stinton and Tiffany Warren will discuss their thoughts on diversity in the music industry, efforts at recruiting and programming, empowering and serving artists, and continuing challenges that need to be met. Moderated by National Museum of African American Music CEO Henry Hicks.

A Fireside Chat with Rev. Moose

Challenges & Opportunities as Indie Musicians Return to Touring

Touring has returned, and the music industry is finding its new normal, but independent musicians face unique challenges. Fabrice Sergent, the managing partner of #1 global event discovery Bandsintown, joins four fiercely independent music managers to discuss the issues and opportunities that lie ahead

trac presents: The Future of Artist Monetization -
How Web3 Unlocks An Artist’s Value

Join Cardin Campbell (Founder/CEO of trac) and other leaders bridging the music industry's gap between Web2 and Web3 for a discussion on how Web3 technologies are changing the game for artists. Learn about Web3 technologies helping artists earn more money than ever, and how a tokenized music industry can turn artists and fans into true owners.

Converting Followers to Fans: How an Unsigned Band 6X Their Ticket Sales Using Fan Data

Artists want to build an audience to support them in a successful career. This is made unnecessarily difficult by many of the platforms that artists have to use to grow their audience such as social media and DSP's. These platforms make it near impossible for them to reward, understand and communicate directly with their core fans. This means that revenue opportunities are lost, and unnecessary risks are taken.

Openstage's Sam and Rob are helping artists from all around the world to successfully identify their core fans and create long term loyalty. In this session they will share their strategy for fan engagement and explain how they helped an unsigned band, who were told by the promoter they could only sell 4k tickets in Europe, to sell an extra 22k tickets.

Sentric Music Presents: Do I Need A Publisher?

Sentric Music powered by Utopia opens up the conversation with respected writers, managers and industry professionals on the value of working with a music publisher to unlock key income streams. Hosted by Simon Perry this panel will deep dive into some of the FAQs that surround the topic including royalty types, deal types, how money is collected and much more.

The Future of Music Business Management

Every day the business of being a music creator becomes both more promising and more complex. The music industry is seeing double-digit growth year-to-year from its traditional revenue streams, as well as an ever-expanding array of new income-generating opportunities. From evolving fan-centric streaming models to the new frontiers of NFTs and web3-powered communities, and important ESG and sustainability initiatives, it has never been more important for artists and their teams to focus on making sure they don’t leave money on the table while remaining true to their own social imperatives. In this panel, a diverse group of experts will unpack the actionable, forward-looking tactics they employ to take advantage—and avoid the pitfalls—of the rapidly accelerating music industry of 2023 and beyond.