40th Annual Canadian Music Week Now Scheduled for June 2022

By
Michael Raine
on
February 1, 2022
Category:
News

Canadian Music Week has announced a change of dates for its 40th Anniversary event. Originally scheduled for April, it will now take place June 6-11, 2022, in-person, across a variety of venues in Toronto. The CMW Conference, Canada’s largest and longest-running music industry conference, will take place June 7-10, 2022, at the InterContinental Toronto Centre. The CMW Conference will include the Radio Active 2022 Conference from June 7-8, with the International Music Summit from June 8-10.

Previously announced for April 19-23, CMW organizers say they've rescheduled as a mindful precaution with the hopes of hosting a safe, in-person festival and conference in June.

“It is important to us to celebrate our 40th anniversary in person with our audiences and colleagues,” says Canadian Music Week President Neill Dixon. “We continue to monitor local and provincial public health measures as we look forward to our exciting music festival, and dynamic industry conference, in the heart of downtown Toronto this June.”

More details about the 40th Anniversary Canadian Music Week will be announced in the coming weeks.

Canadian Music Week is Canada's leading annual entertainment event dedicated to the expression and growth of the country's music, media and entertainment industries. Combining multifaceted information-intensive conferences; a trade exposition; awards shows and the nation's largest new music festival. All conference functions take place at the at the InterContinental Toronto Centre at 225 Front Street West in Toronto.

Michael Raine

Michael Raine is the Editor-In-Chief at NWC, publisher of Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, Professional Lighting & Production, and Canadian Music Trade magazines. He is also a co-host of the popular Canadian Musician Podcast. Michael has extensively covered nearly all aspects of the Canadian music business, as well as the pro audio, musical products, and the lighting and production industries.