Atlantic City, N.J. – Mark your calendars, DJs, because DJX ’23 is on the immediate horizon.
Set for August 7-10 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., DJX will bring the entire DJ industry together with its winning combo of new technologies, education, and sponsored After Dark events.
Produced by DJ LIFE magazine and Hazan Media Group, DJX will present a showfloor full of the latest DJ-related products (audio, lighting, studio, accessories, etc.), a slate of 30 seminars, panels, and keynotes tackling the most-vital topics, and nightly parties featuring top DJ talent. Operating since 1990, DJX is the longest-running and most-impactful trade show/event in the North American DJ industry. Whether you’re a mobile jock, club DJ, bedroom spinner or home-studio music maker, DJX ’23 will have something for you.
Just Announced Sessions
As is often the case, mobile vet Mike Walter will present a new, special session at DJX – “Lessons from My 35 Years as a Mobile DJ.” His story is worth repeating. After beginning his career at a very successful multi-op, the New Jersey-based Walter went on to own his own outfit, Elite Entertainment. Along the way, he’s experienced a lot and learned even more. In this seminar, he’ll share tips about sales and marketing, training, and managing talent, and staying relevant to have a decades-long career in the business.
This year, Philadelphia-based DJ Greg Curran of the DJ Entertainment School will helm a pair of seminars – one for newbies, another for vets. On “Lifelong Lessons for Beginner DJs,” Curran will offer guidance and tips on a variety of topics, including performance, business-building, and marketing – from basic microphone skills to networking tactics, from client management to content creation. If you’re just starting out, this is the tutorial for you. Then, on “The Pricing Panel,” Curran and a panel of veteran mobile jocks from a variety of U.S. states will discuss how they set prices in their markets and explain strategies for pricing in your market. Bring your questions and prepare to dig into this heavily debated topic.
For the latest on DJX ’23, please visit www.djxshow.com.