One of Australia’s leading independent music industry conferences is returning to Adelaide next month, with Indie-Con today unveiling its 2019 program.

Taking place at Lot Fourteen from 25 – 26 July, Indie-Con’s 2019 program will feature panels and talks on steaming, sync, esports and gaming, tech, copyright, mental health and so much more, with speakers from the across the globe confirmed to take part in the event.


Alessandro Pavanello (Kanjian)

Lolly Fan (Artist Manager, Maybe Mars)

Graham Donald (Seven Network)

Matthew Donlevy (Cooking Vinyl)

Jen Taunton (Level Two Music)

Rachel Kelly (Downtown Music Publishing)

Phillip Mortlock (ORiGiN Music)

Bill Wilson (Entertainment One)

Jacqui Louez Schoorl (Jaxsta)

Mick Tarbuk (Believe Digital)

Paige X. Cho (Bolster)

Guillaume Deront (Gleam Features)

Thaddeus Rudd (Mom+Pop Music)

Julian Hewitt (Media Arts Lawyers)

Mads Brown (Fortress Esports)

Katie Wighton (All Our Exes Live In Texas)

Helen Smith (IMPALA)


Insights into China, Sync, Streaming, Smart Marketing, The Future of the Label, Artists as Entrepreneurs, Mental Health, Leadership, HR, Tech, Esports and Gaming, Copyright, Financial Literacy and more

For the first time at Indie-Con Australia, speakers will also take part in one-on-one meetings with delegates.

The news comes as the AIR Awards confirms exclusive performances from Mojo Juju, Laura Jean, G Flip, B Wise and West Thebarton, with this year’s ceremony once again taking place in conjunction with the conference and setting up at Freemasons Hall on July 25.

Head to the Indie-Con Australia website for ticketing and all other info.