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November 3, 2010


Billboard’s 7th Annual Touring Conference & Awards


THE 2010 EVENT WILL BE HELD NOVEMBER 3-4, 2010 AT
SHERATON NEW YORK, NY

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

AIMP Members pay only $350 (a $225 savings !!)

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The 2010 Legend of Live Award Recipients
RUSH
Recognizing this iconic band for their significant and lasting impact on the
touring industry.


PLUS...
The 2010 Humanitarian Award Recipient
JACK JOHNSON
Honoring philanthropic efforts within the music industry


 

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Promoters, agents, managers, venues, sponsors, production professionals, merchandising companies, ticket agents and other touring-related businesses!

 PANEL HIGHLIGHT:

    HOW TO TOUR AND MAKE MONEY
    (EVEN IF NOBODY KNOWS WHO YOU ARE)


    It;s hard enough for established headlining acts to make money on the road, much less mid-level acts and baby bands. More artists are adopting a DIY model and seeking to control their own destiny. Hear the challenges and opportunities from artists and executives who are charting their own courses, and those who can help.
    MODERATOR: Cortney Harding, Music Editor, Billboard

SPEAKERS:

Steve Gerstman
President, CutMerch
   
Panos Panay
Founder/CEO, Sonicbids
   
Ian Rogers
CEO, Topspin
   
John Chavez
Agent, Ground Control Touring

Josh Neuman
Manager, Complete Control Management

 

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