Future Stars Music Conference

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The 2nd Annual Future Stars Music Conference is three days and two nights of new music, networking, keynote addresses and a dozen panels. The conference will be held August 25-27, 2006 in Atlanta, and will attract more than 500 music professionals, and artists. FSMC has over 50 slots for artists to showcase. Performances will be held nightly at the new Mercury Club, which is a 525-capacity venue within the world famous Underground Atlanta.

FSMC's panels will cover the state of the music business with topics including radio promotion, retail, artist management, technology, Internet sales and distribution, independent labels, and more. Panelists include Professor Griff (Public Enemy), Derek Sivers (CD Baby), David Leonard (Producer) and Dante Marshall, ESQ.

Submission rates vary depending on whether you are a solo artist or a band/group. Please note the separate submission packages and make sure you select the appropriate one. All genres are accepted.

Please note: Artists traveling to FSMC are responsible for their own travel arrangements. Please check the FSMC web site for information on special conference rates.

Sponsors include Warner Music Group, CD Baby, DocuGraphix, and Mercury Club.

Terms And Conditions

Conference Package
Your registration fee includes attendance at all sessions, and all conference materials, including The Star Guide. The standard registration fee does not include the talent showcases. Upon receipt of your registration and payment, a confirmation letter will be sent with additional information.

Casual business attire is suggested for all sessions and functions. We want all to feel comfortable during the conference.

Cancellation Policy
Confirmed reservations may be cancelled by telephone, fax, or mail by Monday, July 18 without penalty. Cancellations received after July 18, but before July 25 will be subject to $50 service charge. After August 1, no refunds will be issued; however, registrants may be substituted. No shows will be responsible for full payment.