Conference And Festival Announcements For SXSW 2017 | Music News – Conversations About Her

Conference And Festival Announcements For SXSW 2017 | Music News

Conversations About Her

Conference And Festival Announcements For SXSW 2017 | Music News



Buy your badge for the upcoming SXSW 2017 event now to save $400 on the walk-up rate, then book your room through the SXSW Housing & Travel Department. Rates increase after Friday, October 21. The event itself is Friday, March 10 until Sunday, March 19.


SXSW badges give you more access than ever. Discover which is right for you, whether that be for Music, Film, Interactive or the all-encompassing Platinum pass.


Filmmaker and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story director, Gareth Edwards; author and professor, Adam Grant; Beats 1 Creative Director, Zane Lowe; and National Geographic photographer, Cory Richards, are keynotes added to the lineup. This also includes Jennifer Doudna, Lee Daniels and Jill Soloway.


Featured Speakers include author, Dr. Robert Cialdini; actress, Kathryn Hahn; entrepreneur, Robert Herjavec; designer, Marc Jacobs; electric car innovator, Padmasree Warrior; and Bumble founder, Whitney Wolfe. This is plus more than 750 sessions announced this week.


Dig into the list of talented artists from around the globe set to perform at the Music Festival, including Middle Kids and Sammus. Listen now, see them live at SXSW 2017 and be part of their climb to the top.


You can participate at SXSW with Showcase Applications, Film Submissions, the SXSW Accelerator and their Innovation Awards.


What’s more there’s Exhibit With The Best. Whether you’re launching a new startup or looking to develop your business, there’s an exhibition spot for you.


As said, you can Extend Your SXSW. New for 2017: Add a SXSWedu® badge to your SXSW registration and save!


Experience SXSW Eco 2016 if you are interested in ecological affairs. See keynote videos, daily highlights, exclusive interviews, and more from SXSW Eco® 2016.



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I've always wanted to be involved in the media since before I even left school; to write for a living.I feel most eloquent when mapping out my thoughts on paper or on a computer screen.I studied media at college for two years, and went straight into third year at university studying publishing with journalism.After a range of work experience, I did a magazine journalism course in Bournemouth, a long way away from my hometown of Aberdeen, achieving my NCTJ qualifications.Now I spend my time gladly writing about music.
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