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Going Global Music Summit

22 August 2011

Going Global Music Summit

Independent Music New Zealand, the New Zealand Music Commission and the Music Managers’ Forum are thrilled to announce the Going Global Music Summit which is running in Auckland and Wellington as part of the REAL New Zealand Festival.

The Going Global Music Summit is a FREE event and open to everyone. The summits run from noon to 5pm and then the showcases start at 6pm, ending at 10.30pm.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

If you are looking to take your music overseas, come and hear from people who are working with both new and established artists on the global stage.

DELEGATES APPEARING:

Natalie Judge (UK) - Matador Records UK
Jen Long (UK) - BBC6 New Music DJ/Programmer
Paul Hanly (USA) - Frenchkiss Records USA
Dick Huey (USA) - Toolshed
Adam Lewis (USA) - The Planetary Group, Boston
Graham Ashton (AUS) - Footstomp /BigSound
Will Larnach-Jones (AUS) - Parallel Management

THE EVENTS:

Auckland: Monday 12th September - Free Entry

Seminars, Noon - 5pm: VIP Room, The Cloud, Queens Wharf

Live Music Showcase, 6pm-10:30pm:

Shed10, Queens Wharf Featuring: Collapsing Cities / The Sami Sisters / Zowie / The Vietnam War / Ghost Wave / Bang Bang Eche! / The Stereo Bus / Seth Haapu / The Transistors / Computers Want Me Dead

Wellington: Wednesday 14th September - Free Entry

Seminars, Noon - 5pm: Wharewaka, Wellington Waterfront

Live Music Showcase, 6pm-10:30pm:

San Francisco Bath House featuring: Beastwars / Cairo Knife Fight / Glass Vaults / Iva Lamkum / The Eversons / Family Cactus

More information available at www.indies.co.nz / www.realnzfestival.com

ENDS

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