Some of the most influential booking agents in the concert business will be on-hand at the 7th annual Billboard Touring Conference, set for Nov. 3-4 in New York, for the just announced keynote roundtable.

Moderated by Billboard’s Ray Waddell, 2010 WTF? The Agent Perspective roundtable will provide the the agents’ view from the trenches on what turned out to be a memorable and challenging year for the live entertainment industry.

Featured agents will include Chip Hooper, agent/music department head, Paradigm Agency (Dave Matthews Band, Phish); Greg Oswald, co-head, country music, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley); Adam Kornfeld, agent, Artists Group International (Metallica, Rush); David “Boche” Viecelli, president, the Billions Corporation (Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend); Marsha Vlasic, senior VP, Concerts, International Creative Management (the Strokes, Neil Young) and Neil Warnock, Managing Director, the Agency Group (Nickelback, Creed).

The conference will host some 50 first-time speakers at the event, along with seasoned industry veterans and the most influential concert business stakeholders. Among those taking part are Lady GaGa manager Troy Carter, Ticketmaster CEO Nathan Hubbard, C3 Presents partner Charles Attal, Live Nation Global Touring COO Gerry Barad, Sonicbids founder Panos Panay, SLO VIP Ticketing president Shelley Lazar, and Groupon president Rob Solomon, and such artists as Kevin Martin (The Gracious Few), Alex Suarez (Cobra Starship), Big Kenny, and Sugarland.