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ILMC sells out!

With over 1,100 of the world’s most magical masters of spectacle now flying in for ILMC 31, the conference is sold out. If you would still like to attend, we are operating a reserve waiting list for any last-minute cancellations.

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be added to the list, and we'll contact you should a place become available.

Futures Forum Filling Fast

A limited number of passes still remain for Futures Forum on the Friday of ILMC, which is inviting an additional 200 young professionals for a focussed day of networking and discussion by and about the future of the business  The Futures Forum Keynote has been announced as double Grammy winner Dua Lipa (alongside her father Dugi); and with Steve LamacqThe Brits, DJ legend Judge Jules and 30+ other speakers lined up it’s a packed schedule.
A delegate pass to Futures Forum includes a five-star buffet lunch, refreshments, all sessions and access to the closing drinks party, hosted by Live Nation Entertainment, to commemorate International Women’s Day.
All ILMC delegates are welcome and encouraged to attend. And with the brightest new recruits and rising stars from companies such as CodaWMELive NationUniversal MusicSony ATVAEGUTA, Primary Talent and more, it promises to be a fantastic day.
The full schedule is online here.

If you’re a young professional (suggested age 30 and under) and would like to attend, please register here.


Latest Speakers for ILMC

ILMC’s big opener, The Open Forum always attracts a line up of industry luminaries, and this year is no exception. Joining host Phil Bowdery in the annual round up on the business will be Tim Leiweke, CEO of Oak View Group; Alex Hardee, partner/agent at Coda Agency; Marsha Vlasic, president of Artist Group International; David Zedeck, head of music at United Talent Agency; and Detlef Kornett, CMO and head of international business affairs at Deutsche Entertainment AG.

The session takes place on Wednesday 6 March at 11:30 and covers the last 12 months in the business, from competition and consolidation to the inbound impact of Brexit. To see the line up and full speaker info, click here.

On the subject of business leaders at ILMC, CTS Eventim founder and CEO Klaus-Peter Schulenberg makes his ILMC debut to announce some exciting future plans for the company. Be in Room 2 at 17:00 on Wednesday 6 March to hear the news first. The announcement will be followed by complimentary drinks afterwards.

Green Events & Innovations Agenda

The day before ILMC, on Tuesday 5 March, the 11th edition of the Green Events & Innovations Conference takes place, with all ILMC delegates encouraged to attend.

Topics to look forward to on the 2019 agenda include food and merchandiseethicscampsite waste and behaviour; plastics and reusables debated; innovative event power solutionstouring and transportCoda’s green artist rider; and inspiration from diverse international collaborations, demonstrating unity in the face of divisive politics. The full GEI11 agenda can be seen here.

GEI moves to a larger room this year, to accommodate the growing interest in these important subjects. In addition, for the first time GEI shares additional breakout sessions with the ILMC Production Meeting (IPM) - meaning even more extensive and varied action to get your teeth stuck in to!

Last but not least there is a delicious 5* lunch, drinks reception, and a momentous occasion – A Greener Festival are presenting the debut International Greener Festival Awards.

Get your tickets while there’s still a chance.

ILMC Production Meeting Shapes Up

Topics this year include The Show Must Go On, which looks at improving the mental and physical wellbeing of production crews, followed by a discussion on the Challenges in International Touring. After lunch, I Like to Move It, Move Itpresents best practice for moving goods, people and money, and Oops, They Did It Again considers advancing and information sharing across the business.
This year, IPM and the Green Events & Innovations Conference (GEI) are collaborating on many breakout sessions, which delegates of either event can attend. These include Production Notes presentations of key new innovations, digital futures training, yoga and even a de-stressing psychotherapy session!

To find out more about IPM, click here.
ILMC delegates can claim a discounted IPM registration here, or to register for IPM alone click here

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