May 27-29 – International Music Summit – Ibiza


The INTERNATIONAL MUSIC SUMMIT returns to Ibiza on May 27-29 2009, with the first speakers now confirmed. The IMS has been created by Pete Tong and leading professionals to help re-set the agenda for electronic music culture, at a time when the industry needs it most.

– Electronic pioneer Richie Hawtin (M-nus) in   Keynote Interview
– Speakers from the world’s biggest dance brands –   Creamfields, F**k Me I’m Famous, Pacha,   Bestival, Sonar, Wall Of Sound
– Managers and agents for the biggest dance artists –   Mark Ronson, Paul Oakenfold, Royksopp,   Mylo, Moby, Carl Cox, Simian Mobile Disco,   Underworld
– Exclusive European appearances from Music   Supervisors behind hitmaking US shows – CSI and Entourage

Set at the stunning five-star Ibiza Gran Hotel, the IMS covers three intense days of business programming, networking and activity leading straight into the official opening weekend of the Ibiza season. There will again be a limited number of delegate badges available, increased in 2009 by 100 places to 400.

The International Music Summit will expand into 2009 with the addition of exhibition space for 30 companies only, all approved by the IMS board, and IMS: The Manual, a definitive bible of dance for all registered delegates to take home. The IMS Grand Finale will be a spectacular outdoor event in Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town (a World Heritage Site), featuring the hottest live acts and DJs. There will also be special showcases / workshops from partner Pioneer.

Central to the event is our exclusive five-star accommodation at the Ibiza Gran Hotel, for which we have again secured an incredible discount price. IMS will be set in a luxurious resort to help give all delegates the space to think, debate and network for the future of their companies.

IMS:09 – Back To Business. Help shape electronic music’s future


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