Kicking off this year’s Creative Summit is the meeting of a cultural triumvirate that you don’t want to miss: a round-table discussion with music legend Moby, street artist Shepard Fairey and thenewno2 frontman, Dhani Harrison. The Creative Summit this October 10th and 11th, will be open to all Culture Collide wristband holders and performing bands.
Check out the schedule for the Second Annual Culture Collide Creative Summit below and stay tuned for more details.
Thursday, Oct. 10 – Doors open at 11:30, with drinks and refreshments
12:00-12:45: Keynote address and Innovators Panel, ft. Moby, Shepard Fairey, Dhani Harrison and more
1:00-1:45: International Festivals Panel – event-planners and talent-bookers share stories from festivals all over the world, ft. festival reps from Germany, Canada, Russia and beyond
2:00-2:45: Sync Panel – insiders provide priceless insight for bands looking to gain exposure through the lucrative syncing industry, ft. reps from Hitcher and music supervisors from Media Arts Lab, Electronic Arts (EA Games), Moonlight Music and others
3:00-3:45: Beers of the World – attendees will be introduced to beers from France, Brazil, Scotland and more, brought to attendees by some of each of the nations’ own inhabitants
Friday, Oct. 11 – Doors open at 12:30, with drinks and refreshments
1:00-1:45: Labels Panel – panelists from Capitol, Warner Bros., Epitaph and more speak on the ever-changing record industry from the labels’ perspective
2:00-2:45: Brands and Bands Panel – FILTER Creative Group continues to set the industry standard for creating organic and endemic partnerships between bands and brands. For this panel partner-companies including Ernie Ball, men’s lifestyle brand Haggar Clothing Co. and Ontisuka Tiger will share their unique approaches to connect their message with musicians and consumers
3:00-3:45: Spirits of the World – the most spirited of the Culture Collide bands have brought over their favorite home-country liquors, from Russian vodka, to whisky hailing from the UK, plus Brazilian cahaça and Japanese sake, attendees will need to pace themselves on this trip around the world