We are pleased to announce further details of the Deadly Dutch Impact Party, one of ILMC’s most popular annual fixtures, which takes place at Bodo’s Schloss from 18:00 on Wednesday 8 March.
An excellent combination of the very best new music, booze, snacks and Dutch hospitality, you’d be a fool not to make like Columbo and conduct further investigations. And with its location next door to the Royal Garden Manor, substantially less than 39 Steps away, getting there should be no mystery.
Performing on the night will be critically acclaimed 70s-style rockers Navarone; Elle Bandita’s newest project, Dool; Paceshifters, who will perform in advance of their third album release; and Amber Arcades, the four-piece featuring Oh, Brave Wide Eyes' front-woman Annelotte de Graaf.
And one more thing... full information relating to this event and all showcasing artists is available here.
To reserve your slot, click here.
Bodo's Schloss, next to the Royal Garden Manor
18:00 – 21:30 | Wednesday 8 March 2017
Brought to you by Dutch Music Export | powered by Dutch Performing Arts, Buma Cultuur & Eurosonic Noorderslag | with the kind support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
This Friday is the deadline for delegates to have their details included in the Globetrotters' Guide, the official handbook of ILMC 29.
The Globetrotters' Guide lists delegates' contact information, the full schedule of sessions and events; industry associations and showcases; along with local information and plenty more besides, and can be found inside the free bag that each delegate will receive upon their arrival at ILMC.
If you haven’t already registered for ILMC and would like to, please make sure you sign-up for one of the few remaining places before 18:00 GMT on Friday in order to ensure that your details are included in the handbook.
Following last week’s announcement that Paul McGuinness will be taking part in ILMC’s Breakfast Meeting session this year, it’s time to reveal which special industry investigators will help kick off the conference during The Open Forum: The big round up.
Joining session chair Phil Bowdery (Live Nation) for an agenda that includes Brexit, secondary ticketing, agency consolidation and major global trends, will be renowned agent and CAA co-head, Emma Banks; Charles Attal, co-founder of C3 Presents (Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza); Paradigm Talent Agency's Marty Diamond, founder of Little Big Man Booking; FKP Scorpio chief Folkert Koopmans (Hurricane, Southside, Bråvalla); Nostromo Management founder Paul Craig (Biffy Clyro); and Amazon Tickets GM Geraldine Wilson.
Taking place from 11:15 – 12:45 on Wednesday 8 March, the session will evaluate the key issues that have affected the industry over the last 12 months, before chair and panellists don deerstalker hats in order to predict the next 12.
If you’re already in the process of planning which ILMC sessions and events you would like to attend, make sure you leave room on your schedule for The Big Friday Night Feast. A launch pad to the weekend, it’s also a final opportunity to break bread (and dip it into melted cheese) with fellow delegates, as we head to Bodo’s Schloss for an Austrian-themed dinner.
Delegates will be able to choose various options from a discounted £34 set menu, whilst networking and socialising galore thanks to some seriously long banqueting tables. And with traditional steins of lager and an impressive range of Austrian wines, it’s the perfect setting for an off-piste adventure, before going off-piste.
Bodo’s Schloss, next to the Royal Garden Mansion
18:00 – 20:00 | Friday 10 March 2017