First names for Brighton Music Conference 10th edition

Dave Clarke, Carl Cox, Bushwacka, Charlie Tee b2b Pola & Bryson, and Mark Knight will play pod parties as part of the 10th Brighton Music Conference (BMC) 2023.

The annual electronic music and networking event will return from Wednesday, May 24th to Friday, May 26th with the first wave of speakers and artists confirmed.

The 10th anniversary edition will focus on the importance of communities with Bristol Night Time Economy Advisor, Carly Heath summing it up perfectly in her talk last year stating that “Nightlife is where communities happen”.

BMC 2023 will present a full programme of panels, Q&A’s, workshops and networking events alongside parties at the i360 beachfront complex.

Carl Cox will take to the decks for a sunset DJ set while further sets in the pod will come from Dave Clarke, Bushwacka, Radio 1’s Charlie Tee back-to-back with Pola & Bryson from Shogun Audio, Mark Knight - Where Music Matters celebrating 20 years of Toolroom Records, and a showcase from Steve Mac and Irvine Welsh’s new label, Jack Said What, featuring Jon Carter, Steve Mac, Serge Santiago and Irvine Welsh.

Also confirmed to feature across the three days of BMC 2023 are Alon Shulman, Carly Heath (Night Time Economy Advisor Bristol), Camden Cox, Carly Wilford, Chris Goss (Hospital Records CEO), Fabio & Grooverider, Frankie Wells (Foundation FM), James Hype, Jenni Cochrane (Get Ahead), Jocelyn Brown, Jon Carter, Jumping Jack Frost, Just Her, Kitty Bartlett (Percolate), Krafty Kuts, lau.ra, Leftwing:Kody, Lisa Moorish, Lizzie Curious, Madame Electrifie, Mark Vessey (Artist), Mike Kill (CEO NTIA), Saytek, Silvia Montello (CEO AIM), Simon Dunmore, Sophie Lloyd, SYREETA, Terry Farley, Timo Maas, and the Stanton Warriors.

For tickets and details go to

Brighton Music Conference 2023