Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash
Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

Take your love for music to the next level at EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC CONFERENCE in Las Vegas November 16-18, which will serve as the ultimate showcase of up-and-coming talent on the verge of making it big. The three-day showcase will bring together the best in new music and thought, featuring 100 emerging musicians and more than 30 speakers. Think music festival meets conference, where talk, music and ideas all blend into one event and the first of its kind.

Curated by a panel of more than 25 industry experts, the lineup features a vibrant mix of performing artists and industry experts and speakers that will discuss topics like how music and protest are intertwined, how faith fuels music, how pop culture has always pushed the boundaries of what’s appropriate and much more.

Curators of the extensive lineup include top experts from major companies like A Beautiful Perspective, Spotify, Amazon Music, Republic Records, Live Nation and more. The most recent additions include Britt Daniel, co-founder and lead singer/guitarist of the Austin-based rock band Spoon and Vegas icons, The Killers. Other industry curators are GRAMMY award-winning record producer Rob Cavallo; Billboard Magazine 40 Under 40 recipient (2015) Kirk Sommer; Paradigm talent agent Tom Windish; legendary MTV video deejay Matt Pinfield; Reynolds Management; and world-renowned musicians including Imagine Dragons, Kaskade, Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance and more.

The three-day event will take place over an array of venues including Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Harrah’s Showroom, The Linq Theater and Vinyl at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. With countless speakers, musicians and experts, guests will have the opportunity to attend sessions that fit their interests and mingle with other like-minded individuals.

Tickets start at $195 for general admission, with VIP tickets also available.

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Photo: Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

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