Eurosonic Noorderslag Festivals and Conference sold out
Both the conference (four day registrations and Saturday passes) and the festivals of Eurosonic Noorderslag, which will take place in Groningen, The Netherlands, starting on Wednesday, January 14, until Saturday January 17, are sold out. The last conference registrations were sold Friday. There are, however, still some places available for the European Production Innovation Conference and Fair (EPIC).
This week Groningen will be visited by thousands of music lovers, among them more than 3,000 international music industry professionals.
Conference delegates will be able to experience the latest developments in the areas of music, event production (EPIC), music and technology (Buma Music Meets Tech) and music & media. Watch the whole conference programme with timetables on the website and app (iOS / Android) of Eurosonic Noorderslag.
In the evening more than 300 upcoming and highly rated European acts will perform at showcases in 40 venues around the town. The line-up with timetables can be found on the website and app (iOS / Android) of Eurosonic Noorderslag.
Web, radio and TV
Both the latest European acts and Eurosonic Noorderslag can be followed via the internet, as well as on radio and television. For example the website and Youtube-channel of Eurosonic Noorderslag will feature videos and interviews published during the event. Alongside that, broadcasts by Eurosonic Noorderslag’s media partners, such as WDR/Rockpalast, RTBF/Belgium, Radio France, RUV/Iceland, RTE/Ireland, YLX/Finland, Daily Motion, 3fm, NME and 3fm On Stage will extensively cover what is happening at the event.
The tv-show of the European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA), to be recorded on Wednesday, January 14, will be broadcast by public tv-partners in several European countries. Click here to see an overview of the broadcasts.
Free and side programme
People that that do not have either a festival ticket or a conference registration will be able to enjoy the free programme, such as Eurosonic Air, and side programme, which will take place from Wednesday through Saturday in downtown Groningen.