BBC Music Introducing Live have announced the first details of the three-day event, which will take place at Tobacco Dock, London from 31 October.
The music industry event will feature panels, masterclasses and networking sessions with top BBC DJ in attendance and over 150 artists performing across the three days, with more to be revealed over the coming months.
There will be a whole host of sessions for music creators including The Art of Songwriting, Making the Most of Your Studio Time, Finding Your Sound as a Producer, Get Noticed in a Crowded Market and Looking After Your Mental Health on the Road.
Panel will also dive deeper into the industry with panels exploring What Does It Take to Start Out In A&R, Meet the Artist Managers, Meet the Music PRs, Jobs in a Label – Who Does What? and How Do You Get a Job as a Music Promoter.
New features for 2019 include Face to Face Networking Sessions and Meet a Mentor, which will give attendees the opportunity to pair up with mentors from the industry.
Leading music companies will also be in attendance to offer information on apprenticeships and paid internship programmes.
BBC Music Introducing Live will also be offering the chance for musicians to perform at the event, details of which will be available soon.
BBC DJs including Jo Whiley, Jamie Cullum, Mary Anne Hobbes, Giles Peterson, Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson and Huw Stevens will be in attendance broadcasting live from the event.
Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1, says: ‘BBC Music Introducing LIVE is such a wonderful event. Not only does it provide practical information, but it brings creative newcomers and professionals together to talk about their futures. Last year at Tobacco Dock something really special happened, and after a decade of BBC Introducing it felt like the start of a new chapter. The experts on the panel, the partnerships & the eager musicians made it a really memorable event.’
BBC Music Introducing live takes place from 31 October to 2 November at London’s Tobacco Dock.
Limited early bird tickets are now available from £10. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit introducinglive.co.uk