ASCAP’s 2019 “I Create Music” Expo will be held May 2-4 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, the performance rights organization announced on Thursday (Sept. 13). This marks the 14th year for the annual event.
The annual expo is designed to provide music creators with knowledge, tools and a community of lasting connections. Participants will attend a series of creative and business-focused panels, workshops, one-on-one sessions and will feature special keynote speakers.
“ASCAP EXPO offers a unique, welcoming environment for music creators to come together and express their individual voices, no matter their level, musical style or genre, said Lauren Iossa, ASCAP’s executive vice president/chief marketing officer, in a statement. “In 2019, our participants will be encouraged to embrace new opportunities and the close-knit community they can only find at EXPO to reach the next stage of their careers.”
ASCAP currently has over 670,000 members and represents over 11.5 million copyrighted works.
Registration for the event has not begun yet, but those that wish to participate can remain up to date through ASCAP’s website.