2017's conference was the biggest yet, so 2018's should be well worth a visit
The dates have been announced for next year's Brighton Music Conference, with the industry gathering set to take place for the fifth year running on 25-28 April.
Exact details of the conference programme have yet to be announced - it's still a full eight months away, after all! But we do already know that Toolroom Academy will be back to host a series of workshops and talks, while Focusrite and Novation are sponsoring a brand new venue called The Igloo.
In total, we're told there will be some 140 different speakers over the course of the four days, with last year's line-up of speakers having included representatives from the likes of Defected, Hospital, Loopmasters, Roland, Serato, Ministry of Sound, Live Nation, Brapp TV and many more. You can read iDJ's report on last year's event by clicking here.
If you want to go along, then Super Early Bird tickets for the two days of talks and workshops at Brighton Dome (which is the main venue for the conference, but not the only one) are available now, priced £16.60 for an 'Academy' ticket or £75.90 for a 'Professional' one. For full details, see the conference website.