Virtual Conference

Wed.-Fri., April 21 – 23, 2021

Missed our 2020 Virtual Conference? All sessions were recorded and are available for your viewing at any time.

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We talked with a variety of organizations across different cities and countries, and have gathered the following themes and questions around Music Cities topics.

Folk Unlocked | Feb. 22 – 25th

Folk Unlocked | Feb. 22 – 25th

In place of an in-person conference this year, Folk Alliance International is hosting Folk Unlocked, a four-day virtual event for the entire international folk community to come together for panels, workshops, showcases, affinity and peer group meetings, exhibit spaces, networking, and mentorship from February 22 – 25th.

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Guild of Music Supervisor’s Conference | Feb. 18 – 19th

Guild of Music Supervisor’s Conference | Feb. 18 – 19th

Come to the Guild of Music Supervisor’s Conference on February 18 – 19, for 2 full days of educational panels, networking, and live music performances! Complimentary tickets to this year’s GMS Conference are provided to all current GMS Members and Friends Of The Guild.

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Country Radio Seminar | February 16 – 19th

Country Radio Seminar | February 16 – 19th

CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience will feature a curated, jam-packed schedule that includes the Country Radio Seminar’s most anticipated events, including educational panels, virtual networking, and workshops designed to provide instant, actionable takeaways. CRS 2021 will continue to be the ultimate Country music showcase, with every registration including access to the New Faces of Country Music Show, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley, and daily label lunchtime performances from February 16 – 19th.

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How can we learn from other local communities creating Resilience in the music social/structural disruption/reconstruction under COVID-19?


Our Mission: A gathering of lived experiences and workable ideas

We brought together diverse music leaders and creators online to learn and share from local community response, emergent solutions, and heroic efforts to support local artists, venues, creative communities, and support networks in the surge/challenges of the COVID-19.

  • Unique practices that may transfer to other areas
  • Ways to learn between great ecosystems and communities of communities
  • New combinations of business and community models – bridges beyond streaming
  • “After” – rebuilding trust, conflicts for space/time/funds, challenges of funding in a community rebuilding mode