Tokyo Dance Music Event to Mark Japan’s First Electronic Music Conference

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Japan’s rapidly expanding EDM presence will be celebrated this December with the debut of Tokyo Dance Music Event on December 1-3.

The conference will mark the first of its kind in Japan to celebrate electronic music industries in the country, which has been named the second largest music market in the world. The inaugural series will pay homage to Asia’s influence on the global dance community and will host artists, creators, and more from both Japan and aboard in Shibuya’s Hikarie Hall A.


The first round of speakers announced include Ultra Records founder Patrick Moxey, Dommune Founder Naohiro Ukawa, and more, with special seminars and club events put on by Toolroom Records, Ableton, Boiler Room, and more.

For more information, go to TDME.com.

First Speakers Announced to Include:

PATRICK MOXEY – ULTRA MUSIC RECORDS FOUNDER / PRESIDENT

MARK LAWRENCE – CEO, ASSOCATION FOR ELECTRONIC MUSIC

ZEEBRA – ARTIST / NIGHT AMBASSADOR OF SHIBUYA

NAOHIRO UKAWA – DOMMUNE FOUNDER / ARTIST

JAY KOGAMI – DIGITAL MUSIC JOURNALIST

TETSUTARO ONO – DIRECTOR OF AWA

AKIHIKO TAKAHASHI – DIRECTOR OF LINE MUSIC

LUCY ALLEN – HEAD OF EVENTS PRESS AT LISTEN UP PR

Plus, Special Seminars with TOOLROOM RECORDS and ABLETON

and a Host of Club Events During Conference, ft. BOILER ROOM at:

WOMB

SOUND MUSEUM VISION

CONTACT

RED BULL STUDIOS TOKYO

HIKARIE HALL A

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