Brian Zisk, the founder of San Francisco Music Tech Summit, has announced the 19th edition of the one-day music and tech conference on 17 October.
A convergence of the internet, music and technology, the San Francisco MusicTech Summit is a full day event that showcases panels, presentations, networking, and demos. It also features the infamous opening night party the evening before the Summit, as well as a hosted afterparty.
Last year, we had an interview with the Summit’s Advisor, Patti Silverman, on the Music Marketing Strategies in the Digital Age as well as QRATES, one of the only Asia-based startup who attended the SF MusicTech Summit, on the comeback of vinyl and their business model.
Early bird tickets for $USD178.20 are already on sale. The event will be held at its annual venue at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco. Tickets to the conference can go as high as $USD899, so it is definitely worth booking your flights early.