The first ever London Music Conference (LMC) aims to share knowledge, build community and promote and unearth a wide range of creative talents.

It takes place across multiple venues from 11-13 October and will educate on, engage with and explore a wide range of dance music topics via a series of networking events, discussion panels and parties. These will feature the industry’s most esteemed professionals from around the world.

Venues will include Oval Space and The Pickle Factory, Birthdays, VFD, Moustache Bar and UNDR (fka The Nest), while Ministry of Sound and Egg London are also involved for a series of evening events.

In all there will be more than 30 conference sessions, 15 label showcases, 45 events, 450 delegates, 60 speakers and 50 content partners on hand to provide an all-encompassing experience and education on a range of topics. There will be chances to explore new music and discover new artists, behind the scenes stories and more.

LMC topics will include: secrets to success in booking, promoting and managing stars, using brand partnerships to power music, artist meets, inspections of the London clubbing landscape, education and development of young producers, equality in dance music, masterclasses in mixing and much more.

LMC director Sam Speaight said: “It is the power of community, of shared vision, of a shared love for the creative experience of music that is at the core of London Music Conference.”

“Why act in isolation struggling against one another to scratch out and guard our own little patch of dirt, when instead we can come together, co-exist, and be empowered to create better business, better culture and better music?

Further details will be announced in the coming days.