The 2ND ANNUAL MUSIC INDUSTRY CONFERENCE, EXPO & FESTIVAL (MIC) will take place on Friday, November 11th and Saturday, November 12th, 2011 at the Nicolas J. Pirro Convention Center’s Oncenter facility in Syracuse, NY. The conference will also take place at select satellite locations in downtown Syracuse and will feature over 100 music artists and bands. The conference is a companion event with the The Syracuse Area Music Awards Show (SAMMYS). MIC is highly-regarded for gathering conference attendees from across the United States and around the world. MIC is a 501C3 non-profit organization.
This esteemed networking event brings together cutting-edge artists, groundbreaking bands, professional musicians, students and original music of all genres alongside today’s leading music industry leaders. The conference will have seminars and music showcases along with the MIC Expo featuring various companies exhibiting to promote a variety of products and services to musicians to help them succeed.
The starting rate to be an exhibitor in the MIC Expo is $500 for two days, and prices change depending on the size of the booth that your company chooses. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for the SAMMYS Pre-Party, the MIC Expo Acoustic Stage, and the MIC Expo Main Stage. There is also an opportunity to become a MIC Major Sponsor, a MIC Music Showcase sponsor, or even a MIC Title sponsor. The majority of these higher sponsorships include your company being included in print, radio, TV and online collateral, VIP access, multiple booths and the event, and much more. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In its first year, MIC attracted 1,500 attendees with another 700 people attending the SAMMYS. This year, the conference is anticipating twice the number of attendees. Attendees presenting at the SAMMYS will also be able to attend the MIC Expo with a SAMMYS pre-party in the Exhibit Hall.
For more information on MIC, please head to www.micnys.com, and to read about last year’s MIC, check out these articles: