Asia’s Largest Electronic Music Conference Returns Next Year!

With the global expansion of electronic music focused on the Asian market the past few years, Wired Music Week (WMW) has showed that it’s fast becoming Asia’s Largest Electronic Music Conference and in 2019 it is set to return next year bigger and better.

Through offering a one-stop hub for music enthusiasts and artists in Asia to learn, network and develop, they’re helping foster global industry connections and grow local talents on international scale. Wired Music Week is on a mission to inspire and support developing artists and producers from the region and worldwide to have the resources to build a sustainable career in the modern music scene.

This year saw editions hosted in Brunei, Kuala Lumpur and Vietnam. They have featured a diverse and exciting panel consisting of Thomas Gold, Goldfish & Blink, AEI Group, Revealed & many more leading industry minds, with a total of 52 artists and speakers deriving from Asia all the way to Europe.

Next year the conference will take place in March hosted in Kuala Lumpur and Wired Music Week plans on extending their collaboration with multiple venues in Kuala Lumpur and its vicinity, to host a series of after hours session from March 7-10 (Thursday – Sunday).

Tickets are now on sale for next years addition of Wired Music Week, for more info head to WMW’s website!

Wired Music Week dates: 7, 8, 9, 10 MARCH 2019, (THURSDAY – SUNDAY)


WMW Conference Pass (3 Days only)
Phase 2 – MYR 255.00 – End by 17 December, 2018
Phase 3 – RM 280.00 – End by 14 January, 2019
Phase 4 – RM 305.00 – End by 4 March, 2019

WMW Conference Pass (3 Days + 4 Nights)
Phase 2 – MYR 405.00
– End by 17 December, 2018
Phase 3 – RM 430.00 – End by 14 January, 2019
Phase 4 – RM 455.00 – End by 4 March, 2019

WMW Student Pass (3 Days)
MYR 120.00 Limited for 500 Students only.





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