Music City Summit 2015

Come out and learn what it really takes to get ahead in today's urban music industry.

February 20 - 21, 2015
Tennessee State University

Tickets: $40
College student with college ID $20


MCIS [Music City Industry Summit] is the only full scale industry summit for Film, TV, and Music in Nashville, TN. This conference was birthed from the thought of bringing a conference to the city of Nashville that will help assist all genres of artists gain more knowledge and provide the necessary tools they would need to make it to the next level in their artistry, craft, or area of expertise.

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Schedule Include

MCIS panel discussion on Friday, February 20, 2015 at Kean Hall

MCIS official concert on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at The Gentry Center.





MCIS will include some of the industries trendsetting leaders as it relates to music, tv entertainment, film, and branding to provide a detailed educational segment for attendees. A wide range of topics will be covered in order to educate the attendees on today’s trending aspects of the industry.


MCIS will provide attendees a few opportunities to have their music showcased during the summit. MCIS will be creating a mixtape specifically designated for the summit and artists will have the opportunity to have their song displayed on the mixtape. A DJ will also be spinning during the MCIS mixer immediately following the summit. As well as selected panelists will be available to listen to the attendees’ music in a one-on-one setting to provide feedback and direction.


There will be opportunities for various brands of fashion to showcase their upcoming and current product lines to the attendees and panelists.


Different brands will have the opportunity to display their products to gain more exposure whether it be on a regional scale or more of a national scale.

Social Media and Blogs

Local and national social media, websites, and blogs will have the opportunity to set up and have their name/logo displayed on the MCIS program as well as at the actual summit itself.