For the fifth consecutive year, Athens Music Week returns 29 May – 01 June,
at the Technopolis of the Municipality of Athens, Boiler, Crust and Six
d.o.g.s, presenting the richest program of the event so far, full of panels,
presentations, speeches, open roundtables discussions, educational
workshops, showcase concerts in the heart of the city, open-air happenings,
but also a big closing live event on the main stage of Technopolis!

Live from “inside” the present and future of the music industry, meet people and networks that will help you promote your music to the rest of the world, learn alternative ways to increase your music revenue and discover all the new, dynamic trends that shape the future of the music industry. What opportunities and threats does Artificial Intelligence (AI) bring to music reality and what happens to copyright? How can you make the most of YouTube, Instagram and Tik Tok to promote your music? What role do music critics play today, and, ultimately, how inclusive is the music industry?

All the above and even more questions are answered by more than 130
representatives of companies, international networks and organizations,
cultural institutions and government agencies, such as, among others,
from Greece: Athens City Festival, Globe One Digital, Academy of
Entrepreneurship, Athina 9,84, Brainfood Media, DPG, Fuzz Productions, The Hubsters, LabArt LiFO, MiC, Nostos 100,6, Olafaq, Orfium, Pepper Radio
96.6, Plisskën Festival, Union of Music Rightholders (EDEM), ERT,
Technopolis City of Athens, 24 Media. Also from abroad: CMU (UK), Europe
In Synch (Germany), EXIT Festival (Serbia), Fengaros Festival (Cyprus), Folk
Extreme (Finland), Gulbaba (Turkey), Krakow Festival Office (Poland),
Linecheck Festival (Ιταλία), Livenation Spain (Ισπανία), Mastering The Music Business (Ρουμανία), Media Deals (Γερμανία), Music Estonia (Εσθονία),
Music Showcase Israel (Ισραήλ), Steve Farris Music (Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο),
Slovenian Music Informantion Center (Σλοβενία), Spike Music Conference
(Βουλγαρία), Steven Farris Music Consultant (Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο), The
State51 Conspiracy (Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο), Utopia Music (Ελβετία).

Information about the speakers here. More names will be announced soon.

However, the concerts of Greek and foreign artists are the ones that give the
rhythm inside and outside Technopolis, as this year the live, musical action
moves to the heart of the city, and in particular to Boiler, Crust and Six d.o.g.s, setting up a large stage in the urban landscape. The concert showcase program combines new and timeless trends focusing on the promotion of Greek musicians, while introducing foreign artists to the domestic scene for the first time. Along with the lineup of the live stage at the main stage of Technopolis that will close the event, they form an exciting festival program that includes so far Badfocus, Cinemon, Hey! Douglas, K not K, OROVEGA, The Steams, Paidi Trauma.

Information about the artists here. More live acts will be announced soon.

For yet another year, Athens Music Week welcomes representatives of two of the most active international networks for the independent music sector,
Impala – Independent Music Companies Association and International Music Managers Forum (IMMF), which aim at the sustainable development of small/medium companies, the attribution of greater value to independent artists and the increase of access to finance. as well as Music Tech Europe which aims to create synergies and opportunities between the technology and music industries. At the same time, the event highlights the value of showcase festivals for the sustainable future of the music industry, inviting members of some of the most important in Europe, such as Eurosonic (ESNS), Linecheck and Reeperbahn, while it is also worth noting that this year’s Athens Music Week will bring together for the first time ever representatives of music organizations from the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean with the aim of boosting their partnership.

Detailed information and new additions to the program will be announced
soon. Athens Music Week is implemented with the support of the European network Hub for The Exchange of Music Innovation (HEMI) funded by the “Creative Europe” program of the European Union.

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