Sydney’s annual Electronic Music Conference has partnered with the Night Mayor of Amsterdam for three-year project Global Cities After Dark, a forum to discuss global night time culture and economy.
Open to just 150 delegates, Amsterdam Night Mayor Mirik Milan will speak alongside local Night Time Culture and Economy specialists, and five international guests from Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Ibiza and Seattle.
The speakers will cover the pillars that support safe and supportive nightlife: creative industries, music and art at night, public health and safety, transport and mobility, urban planning and legislation.
Jane Slingo, EMC’s Executive Producer said:
“The electronic music sector knows too well the impact that colourful and thriving nightlife can have on economy and culture for any city or region. We’re very excited about this new way of approaching night-time culture and economy from a global perspective, and we’re very confident that there will be some very positive outcomes from Global Cities After Dark this year and in the future.”