THE STATE OF:

February 24 2020

Announcing a new series in our conference

Every year at by:Larm, we examine the current trends and challenges facing the different facets of music industry. In 2020, we are bringing these conference posts together under one banner.

Here, we bring the key international industry professionals in each field together to share their thoughts on the state of A&R, live and management in our time.

The State of: A&R

The State of: Live

The State of: Management

The State of: Music Journalism

Delegate Guide

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Join the 23rd edition of Northern Europe’s premier showcase festival!
As a by:Larm delegate, you always get the best perks… If you want everything by:Larm has to offer, and you work in the music industry (or wish you did), the delegate pass is for you!

  • 200 concerts with the best new music.
  • 70 conference sessions with the best speakers, panelists and music industry faces there is.
  • International delegates from over 20 countries.
  • Delegate lounges, exclusive parties, networking arenas.
  • Access to our delegate database.
  • Free screening of the PJ Harvey documentary A Dog Called Money
  • A discount of 50% on single tickets to HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival
  • Free access to Popsenteret – the museum of popular music in Oslo – from February 26th – March 1st.
  • Priority access to everything!

    Delegate pass: NOK 4750 (NOK 4 000 + VAT 750)

    Student Delegate pass: NOK 2250 (NOK 2 000 + VAT 250)

    With the festival pass you get

  • 200 concerts with the best new music.
  • Free screening of the PJ Harvey documentary A Dog Called Money
  • A discount of 50% on single tickets to HUMAN International Documentary Film Festival
  • Free access to Popsenteret – the museum of popular music in Oslo – from February 26th – March 1st.
  • Access to the official Festival tent presented by MatPrat, with cheap food and drinks

    Festival pass: NOK 1 540 (NOK 1 490 + fee NOK 50)

    Student Festival pass: NOK 1 035 (NOK 990 + fee NOK 45)

    Under 18 Festival pass: NOK 500
    The under 18 pass is only valid on concerts with no age limit: St. Edmunds Church, Torggatafest, Yngling @ Parkteatret and Gallery @ Sentrum Scene (until 22:30 Thursday, 23:30 Friday and 22:30 Saturday)