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Blues Summit 10

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Blues Summit is Canada’s not-to-be-missed biennial forum for all members of the blues music community including artists, presenters, agents, festival bookers, event organizers, radio hosts and industry representatives of all kinds. The conference provides an opportunity for members of the community to connect as well as for artists to showcase in front of Blues industry professionals.

Blues Summit Ten will take place June 17 – 20, 2022 at The Chelsea Hotel in Toronto, ON, Canada.


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Schedule At a Glance

OPENING RECEPTION: Friday June 17, 2022

KEYNOTE BRUNCH:  Sunday June 19  10:30am-12:30pm

SPEED PITCH: Showcase artist one-on-one’s with Blues Summit talent buyers. Appointments are based on availability. Sat June 18 & Sun June 19  3pm-5:30pm.

FORUM | FESTIVALS RENDEZVOUS:  Mon June 20,  12:30pm-1:30pm.

MENTORSHIP ONE-ON-ONE’S: An opportunity to register for face-time with industry professionals to get advice and guidance. Sessions are limited to 10 minutes and sign-ups will take place in advance at the Registration Desk only. *Note: This is not a pitch. Please prepare in advance by researching each mentor and reading their bios. Mon Feb 1,  2:30pm-4pm.


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Key delegates (artistic directors, media representatives, radio hosts, journalists, etc) can request a dedicated “drop box” that will be used to collect CD submissions from musicians, managers and agents throughout Blues Summit 10. Drop boxes can be accessed through the Registration Office for the duration of the conference. Musicians and showcasing artists are invited to place a CD in the boxes of any key delegates who they would like to share their music with.


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