On October 16th thru the 19th of 2014, Revolt Music Conference was launched in Miami Beach at the exclusive Fountainbleau Hotel where music industry business executives, artists and influencers gathered together for the purpose of navigating the music business traditionally and through digital technology, powered by music business education. The CEO of Revolt TV Keith Clinkscales said on http://prnewswire, “The purpose of the REVOLT Music Conference is to network, learn, and take advantage of the opportunities to be close to the industry’s biggest names.” As an All Access pass holder in 2014, I was given the opportunity to experience this first of its kind music conference. It was a packed field of people networking, special events and invitations, speeches, nightlife parties, pool parties, showcases and a mix of celebrities, artists and conference goers under one roof and for one purpose, to experience Revolt Music Conference first. The Revolt Music Conference is a good annual event to attend for those people who have any interest in the music business as a whole, especially for the local market of Miami and the beaches because it is so much musical talent and street performing that comes out of Miami and South Beach. Sean “Diddy” Combs stated on http://prnewswire, “I’m a resident of the City, I spend time off the beach in neighborhoods like Overtown and Little Haiti, and says that Miami is all about music, creativity, and entrepreneurialism.
Sean “Diddy” Combs is the Chairman of Revolt TV and he carries a load of experience in the music industry with special emphasis on the hip-hop and rhythm/blues music genres. On October 15th thru the 18th of this year, Revolt Music Conference returned to Miami Beach’s Fountainbleau offering an All Inclusive, All Access, Weekender and Revolt Nation ticketing package. The theme for this year’s conference is “The Merging of Music, Technology and Innovations.” With a house full of international guest interested in getting what the trends are in music, learning the business of celebrity and engaging in panel discussions that break down topics in the music industry by keynote speakers and influencers, this will be the talk of the town. In welcoming the event to the City of Miami Beach, Sean “Diddy” Combs was given a key to the City and celebrated officially declaring “Revolt Music Conference Day,” as October 15th, from Mayor Phillip Levine. Combs said on http://prnewswire, “The conference is about investing in yourself, if you’re interested in the music industry, or if you’re interested in the media space, digital, if you’re a creator, this is where all that comes and merges together.”