4th Annual Texas Sounds & Cities Conference To Be Held November 9-10 in Fort Worth
Join Visit Fort Worth and the Texas Music Office for the 4th annual Texas Sounds & Cities Conference. A conference that includes conversation and collaboration between existing, in-process and interested Music Friendly Communities, music industry professionals, musicians, thought-leaders and more, in order to keep our great state’s music scene moving forward.
What is Music Friendly? Created by Texas Music Office Director, Brendon Anthony, Fort Worth was designated as the first Certified Music Friendly Community in Texas through our Music Friendly Community certification program. The certification reflects a commitment to convene and support local music and musicians, measuring their economic impact and creating an environment for long-term support. More than 30 communities across Texas have become MFC Certified, and the movement is growing.
Locations, all within the Forth Worth Historic Stockyards:
Tannahill's Tavern, Billy Bob's Texas, White Elephant Saloon
About the Texas Music Office:
For over 30 years, the Texas Music Office has served the Texas music industry. Its mission to create opportunity and connect businesses continues today. Our core functions are to serve as a clearinghouse for Texas music industry information via the TMO's Texas Music Industry Directory, serve as a liaison between music businesses and government offices and agencies, publicize significant developments within the industry, and to attract essential music industry to foster the economic development of Texas music businesses and musicians.