We're paving the road to BreakOut West with an export-focused panel discussion on September 30 and an industry showcase at The Handsome Daughter on October 1 featuring psychedelic rock outfit Apollo Suns, alt pop soul act Amadians, and singer/songwriter Slow Leaves. International industry reps will be in town to take in the showcase and speak about export-readiness in the MusicWorks session, and meet with local industry and artists.


Tuesday, October 1, 2019
The Handsome Daughter, 61 Sherbrook Ave, Winnipeg
Doors 7:30PM
Cover $5

8:00PM Slow Leaves
8:45PM Amadians
9:30PM Apollo Suns

Music, videos, and band bios at www.manitobamusic.com/livemusic/display,event/96398


Monday, September 30, 2019 | 3:30-7:30PM
Manitoba Music, 1-376 Donald St, Winnipeg
$15 Members | $30 Non-Members
More info & registration: www.manitobamusic.com/workshops/display,workshop/96243

Gabriela Urquiza, Glamrock Agency (Argentina)
Goc O’Callaghan, ArcTanGent (UK)
Rachel “Rachie” Jackson, Rocnation (US)
Simeon Pranger, Treetop Agency (Netherlands)
Augustin Sérès, Mélodyn Productions (France)

Reaching listeners across the globe is a major career goal for many artists. From touring and showcasing to sales to streaming and sync placements, breaking past Canadian borders can seem like an impossible task. What does it take to be considered "export-ready"? What are the leading social media platforms and digital strategies that engage fans in other markets? What are labels, agents, and managers from other countries looking for when working with an international act? What are the pieces that should be in place, the numbers that should be reached, and the targets that should be met? Join us for a two-part session with international industry experts to learn about digital strategies and how to ready your music for the global market.