AVA returns to Printworks London in March with a conference programme featuring electronic music artists, brands and figureheads then an all-day club show headlined by Orbital. The conference will take over the venue on Friday, March 13th with Orbital, Coldcut, Andrew Weatherall, Ninja Tune and Resident Advisor taking part.
The club show on Saturday, March 14th will see Orbital joined by Joy Orbison, Ross From Friends (DJ set), Overmono (live), Jennifer Cardini, Peach, Cromby, Sally C, Swoose, Carlton Doom, Timmy Stewart and Dart.
Delegates to AVA conference on the Friday can expect an insight into the current mechanics of the industry and a snapshot of where it is heading. Attendees can also get their questions answered and discussed by industry leaders.
Abbey Road Studios will discuss how the legendary space has remained front and centre to London’s studio offering throughout the decades while WME partner and leading international agent Steve Hogan will be part of a discussion session with SÓnar head of communications and Shesaid.so board member - Georgia Taglietti.
ADE co-founder and industry figurehead Richard Zjilma, PRS for Music, The Musicians Union, This is Music’s Oli Issac and serial festival founder and promoter Mark Newton also join the first batch of announced attendees.
Beyond the conference programme, AVA provides a networking opportunity for London-based music professionals accessed via the limited AVA+ ticket, allowing those breaking into the industry to connect with leaders, agencies and service providers.
For tickets and details go to [avafestival.com/london](https://avafestival.com/london/.