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3/17/2017

Porto will be music world capital and the Dragons are in the party

Tomorrow Comes Today’s international conference, on October 12 and 13, and the Museum will be one of the stages


Tomorrow Comes Today (TCT), an international conference that brings together the world's top thinkers from the music industry to reflect on the past, discuss the present and imagine the future, will have the auditorium of the FC Porto Museum as one of the stages. The main headquarters of the event, which will take place on October 12 and 13, 2017, will be Alfândega do Porto, with the Dragons hosting the panel Music meets sports. The association makes perfect sense, as the Museum has promoted the cross between the two areas several times.

While the conference is being held, the general public will be able to watch 150 performances by emerging bands from around the world, which will reply to the apply to play that will soon be launched on the TCT website. These concerts will take place between October 12 and 14, with the Hard Club, located in the historic Mercado Ferreira Borges, as the main stage and other performances in other 12 spaces of the city, in places to be announced shortly.

The most influential artists, managers, publishers, promoters, entrepreneurs and investors from around the world will be sitting under one roof to discuss their concerns, needs and expectations for years to come. TCT’s partners are some of the most important organizations in the music and media industry, such as the Association of Independent Music (AIM), International Music Managers Forum (IMMF), Abbey Road Red and BBC Music.

Tickets for the TCT are already on sale at the event's official website.

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