Billboard’s Music Industry Events Calendar

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As part of our continuing efforts to serve the music industry and its creators, Billboard Pro now features a music industry events calendar for readers.


The calendar will act as music’s most complete summary major national and international industry events, from conferences to festivals to networking mixers and more. Just as Billboard is music’s must-read source for news, charts and analysis, now it also is the go-to for business happenings.


Jan. 29–Feb 1 – International Ticketing Association (Las Vegas)

Jan. 29 – Out of the Blue: Billboard Managers to Watch (Venice, Calif.)

Jan. 30 – Amazon Music’s ’24 Lot Party (Culver City, Calif.)

Jan. 30 – BMG Pre-Grammy Celebration (Los Angeles)

Jan. 31 – A Celebration of Craft: Presented by Recording Academy’s Producers & Engineers and Songwriters & Composers Wings (Los Angeles)

Jan. 31 – Billboard Power 100 Party (Los Angeles)

Jan. 31 – NMPA + Billboard Grammy Week Songwriter Awards + Showcase (Los Angeles)

Jan. 31 – 2024 Clio Music Awards (Los Angeles)

Jan. 31 – 100 Under 100 (Los Angeles)


Feb. 1 – Earnings: SiriusXM

Feb. 1 – Downtown Grammy Brunch (Los Angeles)

Feb. 1 – Recording Academy Honors Presented by the Black Music Collective (Los Angeles)

Feb. 1 – Milk & Honey and Reservoir Pre-Grammy Party (Los Angeles)

Feb. 1 – Spotify Best New Artists Party (Los Angeles)

Feb. 1 – Warner Music Grammys ’24 (Los Angeles)

Feb. 1 – Morrison Hotel Gallery & Stand Together Music Present The Grammy Party (West Hollywood)

Feb. 1 – Friends ‘n’ Family 26 (Los Angeles)

Feb. 2 – ASCAP Grammy Brunch in the Garden (Beverly Hills)

Feb. 2 – Neil Lasher Music Fund Annual Breakfast With the Founders Board (Beverly Hills)

Feb. 2 – 26th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative (Beverly Hills)

Feb. 2 – MusiCares Person of the Year (Los Angeles)

Feb. 3 – Special Merit Awards Ceremony and 66th Annual Grammy Nominees Reception (Los Angeles)

Feb. 3 – Primary Wave Pre-Grammy Party Celebrating Billboard No. 1s (Beverly Hills)

Feb. 3 – Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala & Grammy Salute to Industry Icons (Beverly Hills)

Feb. 4 – Grammy Awards (Los Angeles)

Feb. 4 – Concord’s 2024 Grammy Party (Los Angeles)

Feb. 6 – Earnings: Spotify

Feb. 6–8 – Pollstar Live! (Los Angeles)

Feb. 7 – Earnings: Reservoir Media

Feb. 8 – Earnings: Warner Music Group

Feb. 10 – Krazy Super Concert (Los Angeles)

Feb. 10 – Super Bowl (Las Vegas)

Feb. 11–15 – Stadium Managers Association Annual Meeting (Hollywood Beach, Fla.)

Feb. 15-17 – FestForums (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

Feb 21–25 – Folk Alliance International (Kansas City, Mo.)

Feb. 25 – Earnings: HYBE

Feb. 28 – Earnings: Universal Music Group

Feb. 28–Mar. 1 – Country Radio Seminar (Nashville)


Mar. 2–3 – CRSSD (San Diego)

Mar. 6 – Billboard Women in Music (Los Angeles, airing March 7)

Mar. 8–16 – SXSW (Austin, Texas)

Mar. 21–26 – Miami Music Week (Miami)

Mar. 13 – Earnings: Believe


Apr. 12–14 – Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, Calif.)

Apr. 19–21 – Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, Calif.)

Apr. 26–28 – Stagecoach Festival (Indio, Calif.)


May 13–16 – Music Biz (Nashville, Tenn.)

May 24–26 – Boston Calling (Boston)

May 24–26 – BottleRock Napa Valley (Napa, Calif.)


Jun. 2–5 – NIVA Conference (New Orleans)

Jun. 5–7 – Event and Venue Marketing Conference (Denver)

Jun. 20–23 – Electric Forest (Rothbury, Mich.)

Jun. 27–30 – Hellfest (Clisson, France)


Jul. 9–13 – Latin Alternative Music Conference (New York)

Jul. 28–31 – IAVM VenueConnect (Portland, OR)


Sep. 28–29 – VenuesNow Conference (TBD)


Oct. 6–8 – International Entertainment Buyers Association (Nashville, Tenn.)

Oct. 19 – When We Were Young Festival (Las Vegas)


Dec. 4–10 – XLive (Las Vegas)

Want your event listed? For more information contact joe.maimone@billboard.com.

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