Next week, the fifth edition of All That Matters will be making their digital debut with a stellar lineup of speakers and artists.
Asia's leading entertainment and sports industry conference, All That Matters is slated to take place from 14 to 18 September online, with the complementary Music Matters Live Lounge which will be happening daily over the lunchtime music break.
Across the one-week networking event, programmes such as keynote conferences, live interviews and Q&A sessions with big names in entertainment as well as exclusive daily video screenings of music performances held in collaboration with Sounds Australia and artists Ash Grunwald, Ball Park Music, Fairchild, and more, plus Bandwagon Picks! are in store for attendees.
This year, the conference will be having over 70 sessions and its very first Family Matters track, designed for teens, kids and parents. The inaugural segment will include live chat sessions, interactive experiences with The Wiggles, muppets Elmo and Cookie Monster as well as experts’ insight on online learning and parenting.
Among those established speakers are the likes of Linkin Park co-founder and vocalist Mike Shinoda, rapper and CLOT entrepreneur Edison Chen, Wendy Ong, Dua Lipa's manager and president of TaP music, 88Rising founder and CEO Sean Miyashiro, Lady Gaga’s Creative Director Nicola Formichetti, and more.
On top of that, Music Matters Live Lounge will feature daily screenings of exclusive artist performance videos from Weird Genius, Tabitha Nauser, Gavin Hayley, JJ Rosa, Myles Castello, Sheppard, and more.
View the full list of headliners here:
While Content Passes are now sold out, Connections Passes at US$99 are still available for the full 5-day online experience jam-packed with roundtable discussions moderated by industry leaders, meet and greet sessions with keynote speakers, career coaching workshops and even one-to-one messaging with the featured delegates.
For a complete breakdown of the various panel discussions and speakers, check out the official All That Matters website here. Watch this space for an all-rounded guide to the programme you can't miss out on this year!
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