Brighton Music Conference has announced a Morales livestream and BBC Newsbeat broadcast from the BA1360 pod, plus Boiler Room collaboration at The Arch and BMC Beach Clean.
(BMC19) in association with Scan Pro Audio has announced that David Morales will be live streamed from the i360 Pod on Friday 26th April at 8pm including a Q+A session and DJ Mix preceding his headline appearance at the BMC Closing Party in association with Wonderland at The Arch.
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat will be broadcasting from the i360 Pod live on-air at 5-45pm on Friday 26th April as part of a panel discussion addressing electronic music and the environment, including festival footprints and the use of private jets. This will be followed by a DJ set 450 feet off the ground by GotSome in association with Ultra Records.
Following the broadcast, Brighton Music Conferences and a team of volunteers will take part in a beach clean #BMC19BeachClean at 6-30pm, starting at the beachside of the i360 in conjunction with Blondish, AFEM, Bye Bye Plastic and Radio 1 Newsbeat. The beach clean is open to all and any DJ, producer, artist or aspiring music industry mogul tagging themselves or their friends cleaning a piece of beach or any beach worldwide will be in with a chance to win one of 5 VIP Pro Passes for BMC2020 and a free membership to the Association For Electronic Music and their Green Initiatives working group.
Boiler Room will also be in attendance at BMC19 and are set to host The Arch on Thursday 25th April with Scottish DJs Éclair Fifi and Big Miz.