The Electronic Sound Summit is back again in 2020 with a host of exciting panelists taking part in the 3-day event.
The Electronic Sound Summit is the North West’s foremost celebration of the Electronic Music Industry, with a goal of introducing emerging creatives to the global Dance Music community through artist development focused on education, access, and opportunity. We aim to become a permanent fixture on the calendar for Dance Music professionals worldwide.
When: Friday 28th February - Sunday 2nd March 2020.
Where: Royal Liver Buildings, Cunard Building, Mann Island,Oh Me Oh My Site, Liverpool, UK.
What's on: This year will see the likes of Crazy P, Ableton Live, Elliot Adamson and Denney amongst others take part in the 3 day event.
The Electronic Sound Summit has just announced the first wave of speakers as part of their 3-day Music Conference set to take place on the World Heritage site of Liverpool’s waterfront.
Firstly, Ableton, the creators of unique software and hardware for music creation and performance will be joining for a very special takeover. Friday 28th February, will see a full take over of the Production stage for an evening of Talks, Workshops and Masterclasses brought to you by Certified Trainers and World renowned Artists. Here you can expect to be immersed in the capabilities of Ableton’s products and unlock tips and techniques to improve your creative workflow and gather a taste of what's to come over the weekend.
With the Friday shaping to be a solid start for the weekend, there's no slowing down come Saturday and Sunday as here we’ll see Music Production Masterclasses from the legendary Crazy P immensely talented Alex Banks and the DJ Mag ‘Best of British’ nominated Elliot Adamson.
The other iconic venues will be home to panels and talks that promise to share the knowledge of some of the best minds in electronic music today. You can expect expert insight on topics such as Artist Management, Utilising PR and what it means to be a great Warm-up act.
As more exciting announcements are on the horizon for 2020’s leap-year weekend, It’s certainly set to deliver a ground breaking event for UK Dance music and the City of Liverpool.
For more info and tickets, see below.