More than 130 SXSW Music Conference sessions and speakers covering a variety of topics like music discovery, touring, marketing, licensing and more announced for the 2016 event.
The SXSW Music Festival announces 150+ Showcasing Artists for the 2016 event. This announcement includes the new incarnation of Toronto electronic duo Crystal Castles, bedroom pop sensation Alex G, Mike Kinsella’s (American Football) solo project Owen and much more.
You sent us your PanelPicker proposals and after lots of hard work, we're ready to make our largest content announcement of the year. Make sure to watch our site on Monday, October 19 to see which sessions will take the stage in March.
The bittersweet insights of blogger / novelist / futurist Bruce Sterling always provide the perfect ending for the SXSW Interactive Festival. Given how much context he has offered at past events, we are excited that Sterling has confirmed to provide Closing Remarks for the 2016 event....
On board for the first time in 2016, SXSW welcomes Anheuser-Busch as a Super Sponsor for the 2016 Music, Film and Interactive conferences and festivals. Anheuser-Busch will fill the Official Malt Beverage category, and brings with it a wealth of knowledge and experience in the events arena across the globe.
First round of featured speakers and panel sessions announced for SXSW Music 2016.
or 2016, SXSW Interactive is excited to have Headspace co-founder Andy Puddicombe deliver the Closing Keynote. A former Buddhist monk turned entrepreneur, Puddicombe will tell us how the award-winning digital health platform is transforming lives worldwide.
Now that the public voting period as well as the Programming Committee review phase has concluded, SXSW Interactive staff is very busy analyzing all the numbers and metrics on these proposals. This analysis will conclude shortly, as the biggest content announcement for the 2016 season occurs Monday, October...
SXSW Eco announces final Keynote Isha Datar and full speaker list! Register before Friday, September 18 at 11:59pm CT for you last chance to save off the walk-up rate for SXSW Eco 2015 this October 5-7.
SXSW injected more than $317.2 million into the city of Austin’s economy this year.