Expanding the boundaries of EDM

WIRED Music Week, Asia’s largest electronic music conference and festival, will return to Kuala Lumpur in March 2019 and tickets are already available, with prices depending on when they are purchased.

An honest initiative aspiring to connect the present and future generation of music industry leaders is making its way back to the community and will be held mostly in Zouk Kuala Lumpur from Mar 7 to 10, 2019.

The event was spearheaded by Malaysian John Beh and proved a success in its first edition in May, drawing in more than 600 local and international music enthusiasts.

Wired Music Week aims to help lay the foundation for a sustainable career in the modern music scene and serves as a one-stop hub for music enthusiasts to learn, network, develop, and advance as a community.

The campaign was created in the mind of developing a solid platform to connect the West to Asia, especially within the music industry.

“Wired Music Week is a very special project for the team and myself. It’s great to know that we are able to assist those in the industry who are keen to learn while acting as a bridge to connect them within our resources and capability,” said Beh.

“We’re stoked for the second edition and are planning more exclusive content and partnering with brands, sponsors alongside our elite team to create an extraordinary conference and festival, which will wow the hearts of many in South-East Asia.”

Fast forward to 2019, Wired Music Week targets to increase participants’ attendance by at least 60%. Based on the proven success from 2018’s event, the team is expecting to host more than 1,500 to 2,000 domestic and international visitors for Wired Music Week second edition.

The first edition of Wired Music Week featured a total of 52 artists and speakers from Asia all the way to Europe.

More than 10 record labels conducted demo drop sessions; while a vast array of music professionals hosted notable one-on-one and networking sessions, with the purpose of sharing their knowledge with the attendees.

Moving on to Wired Music Week’s second edition, the pioneers plan on looking into a more effective direction in connecting even more people together who are passionate in the electronic music industry.

Wired Music Week plans on extending their collaboration with multiple venues in Kuala Lumpur and its vicinity to host a series of after hours session from March 7 to 10.

This event is catered to all with a passion and healthy interest in the electronic music community beyond Asia itself. Tickets holders will be awarded with full access to Wired Music Week 2019, including panel discussions, workshops and masterclasses, demo drops, gear exhibition, pre and after-parties, and all other side activities held by the organiser.

WMW 2019 tickets are available at www.wiredmusicweek.com/tickets and buyers can save up to RM75 by getting their tickets early.


WMW Conference Pass (three days only)

Phase 1 — RM 230.00 - End by 12 November, 2018

Phase 2 — RM 255.00 - End by 17 December, 2018

Phase 3 — RM 280.00 - End by 14 January, 2019

Phase 4 — RM 305.00 - End by 4 March, 2019

WMW Conference Pass (three days and four nights)

Phase 1 — RM 380.00 - End by 12 November, 2018

Phase 2 — RM 405.00 - End by 17 December, 2018

Phase 3 — RM 430.00 - End by 14 January, 2019

Phase 4 — RM 455.00 - End by 4 March, 2019

All ticket(s) inclusive of one can of Redbull as a welcome drink. Price excludes 4.5% processing fee.

WMW Student Pass (TBA) Only available for students with valid ID

For details, visit www.wiredmusicweek.com, look for it on various social media or email info@wiredmusicweek.com

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