18th Annual Florida Music Festival & Conference at Orlando Is Coming!
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Mark your calendar for May 10-12, 2018, for the 18th Annual Florida Music Festival & Conference, especially if you are an aspiring musician.
For those of you who are not familiar with Florida Music Festival, Florida Music Festival was founded in 2002 by aXis Magazine & Promotions as a three-day music festival and conference, showcasing unsigned talent and promoting major national acts. Every spring in Downtown Orlando, the Florida Music Festival showcases more than 250 unsigned bands and solo artists of all genres for the attending music industry professionals, on 15 indoor and outdoor stages. In addition to the three day ‘rock and roll bar crawl,’ industry professionals from all levels of the music business, including record label reps, booking agents, video game and television licensing firms and major producers speak at the conference seminars by day, and scout unsigned talent by night.
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The Florida Music Festival boasts a history of connecting a ‘Who’s Who’ of Music Industry Guest Speakers with students, musicians and aspiring industry players. Everyone on this list is available to the artists, music company reps and Full Sail, FIRST, Rosen College and Valencia students, to network, drop a demo or hand off a resume. Check out the Panelists links to learn more about the legendary FMF Alumni list of speakers! All registered FMF2018 Attendees, Artists & UCF Rosen Students granted admission both days.
Industry Registration now open: Click Here to Register
Student Registration now open: Click Here to Register
To see the schedule of these three days of musical events, please Click Here.
To see the FAQ, please Click Here.
For some background information about the Florida Music Festival, please Click Here.
For conference schedule, please Click Here.
Some clips of Florida Music Festival Orlando from the past, below:
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