EJC 2023: Registrations

REGISTRATIONS are now OPEN for all participants for the 9th European Jazz Conference, taking place between 14 and 17 September 2023 in Marseille, France.

You can register through the portal of our host Marseille Jazz des Cinq Continents at this link: https://www.marseillejazz.com/en/cpt_programmation/european-jazz-conference-2023/

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday 8 September 2023

The registration fee is of 200€ excl. taxes. After the registration you will receive some practical information from the host about travels to and accommodations in Marseille. The registration gives access to the main entrance on 15 and 16 September 2023: conferences, workshops, showcases, lunch and dinner, the gala concert on Saturday 16 September at 21.30 and cultural tours on Sunday 17 September in the morning.

Please check out the programme of the Conference here.

For some practical information on how to reach Marseille and and how to move inside the city, please check the file here attached (pdf).

Please remember that the conference it is not a commercial fair, but a exceptional moment with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, centred on building long-lasting relationships, developing new projects and artistic collaborations, sharing expertise and getting up to date with the newest management and programming trends. Moreover, the Conference is about learning about music scenes and best practices from all around the world, including countries beyond Europe. The European Jazz Conference is a unique event, the only one of its kind in Europe.

If you are an EJN member, please register through the link that you have received by email from the EJN staff.

*IMPORTANT NOTICE: It has come to our attention that a number of fraudulent emails have been sent by certain “Attendee list consultants” for the purchase of the delegates list of the European Jazz Conference 2023. The emails come from different addresses, and they are all targeting generic “exhibitors”. These people don’t have access to the participants list of the European Jazz Conference, which will be circulated to all registered participants prior to the event, as usual. This is a scam and these people have nothing to do with the organisation of the European Jazz Conference. Please disregard these emails. Other international events of the jazz sector unfortunately also encountered similar fraudulent behaviours this year. We are sorry for the confusion this might have created.