#CultHosts Returns for Eat Sleep Rave Repeat: The Future of Music

After The last #CultHosts event saw WIRED, Tate, IBM Watson, Holition and Cortexica take to the panel to discuss Artificial Intelligence vs Emotional Intelligence, #CultHosts are back again with another stellar panel discussion. This time round our charity partner #CultHosts tackle the question of what the future looks like for music in an age increasingly dominated by technology producing rapid advancement.

With the incredibly relevant question “What Next?” on their lips, the #CultHosts panel will address the immediacy and expanse of customer demands from the music industry, from instant downloads to exclusive interviews and secret shows.

Considering how this will continue to change how we experience music in the future, this event offers the opportunity to engage with the key music trends arising as we enter in to the summer of the no-boundaries music festival. With #CultHosts CEO and Co-founder Cat Turner hosting the event, it promises to be an insightful and thought provoking look into the impact of change upon listeners, artists and producers, amongst many other individuals involved in the music industry.

If you’re passionate about the music industry, and intrigued to see where technology may be leading it, and shaping it in 2017 and beyond, then grab a bunch of friends and head down to Protein Studios at 31 New Inn Yard in Shoreditch.

The event is on Wednesday 28th June, and doors open at 18:30 as the event is kicked off with introductory drinks and a 1 hour panel discussion. This will be followed by an opportunity for you to discuss the topics considered and socialise with other attendees until close at 22:30.

With 100% of event proceeds going to the Big Issue Foundation, this event offers both a stimulating night out and the opportunity to contribute to the shared vision of TBIF and #CultHosts of changing people's lives for the better. So what are you waiting for? Tickets are available via #CultHosts Eventbright page for just £10!

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