REVOLT, the multi-genre music network founded by Sean “Diddy” Combs in October 2013, has announced its second annual music conference taking place at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida, from Oct. 15–18, 2015. With an impressive lineup of performances, panels, keynote speakers, and events, the conference aims to give attendees the opportunity to personally interact with trailblazing leaders from both the music and technology industries.
The RMC panels will give participants access to industry executives covering a variety of topics in music, technology innovation, the business of celebrity and social media.
Panelists include Scooter Braun, founder and CEO of SB Projects; Jay Brown, co-founder and CEO of Roc Nation; Troy Carter, chairman and CEO of Atom Factory; NO I.D.,EVP of Def Jam; Abe Burns, head of digital operations at Maverick; Charles King, CEO and founder of Macro; Anthony Saleh, CEO at Emagen Entertainment; Vania Schlogel, CIO of TIDAL; Derek Roche, stylist; David Banner, artist, producer, and
actor; Wendy Goldstein, VP/ Head of Urban A&R for Republic,
Issa Rae, producer, writer, director, and more. Please see below for a current schedule of panels.
Beyond the conference, participants can enjoy live performance pool parties, exclusive receptions and performances by headliner Puff Daddy & The Family, Grammy-nominated artist Robin Thicke, the ‘Classic Man’ Jidenna, rising superstar Dej Loaf, and hot newcomers Quincy and Post Malone. Additional performances will be announced over the next few weeks.
According to a press release statement, REVOLT is focused on expertly curating the best of the best in music. The network attracts more than 50 million young adults through digital properties and engages them in social conversation, while offering breaking music news, videos, artist interviews, exclusive performances, and original programming.
For some insight into what you can expect, watch a few videos of the 2014 Revolt Conference.
Marc Ecko Interviews Sean “Diddy” Combs on the Revolt Music Conference
Trina attends Revolt TV’s Music Conference and talks female unity, gives advice to up and coming artists and what to expect on her new album.