We guided you through Berlin Festival, we gave you a heads-up on ICAS Suite and so now we’ll give you a roundup of Berlin Music Week, the merger of international business platforms, musicians, bookers and the live-entertainment industry.
In its second year Berlin Music Week (BMW) will again focus on new developments in music consumption, distribution and marketing as well as building strategic partnerships across the individual segments – which hopefully benefit the individual user in the end. Also, BMW is not a single event, it can be better understood as the entity of all the single events during that week (i.e. ICAS Suite, BMW Clubnacht, Club X-Berg, French Connection, Yellow Lounge, etc).
From September 7-11, Berlin Music Week will take place in many venues around the city of Berlin – in clubs, on the river Spree as well as around Tempelhof Airport, where (besides Berlin Festival) the two platforms Popkomm and all2gethernow Conference are based.
Most of the BMW programme addresses a professional audience – but besides all the business bla one can find interesting panels discussing the future of music and entertainment. Very promising are the workshops during all2gethernow Werkstatt – check out the programme and find your personal favourites. University students can also get themselves a reduced ticket for Popkomm market place and get in touch directly with the movers and shakers of the pro biz. And then there’s the Red Bull Music Academy which is inviting for in-depth panels and concerts at Hansa Studios.
This is just the tip of the iceberg, so make sure to have a look at the full programme listing and save some money when choosing just the tickets you need. Last but not least: don’t forget to pick up your free copy of Electronic Beats Magazine at BMW Headquarter at .HBC in Berlin-Mitte.