Meet Your Audience: Top Conferences and Festivals to Hit this YearMeet Your Audience: Top Conferences and Festivals to Hit this Year

Get out there and meet your audience! One of the best ways to build brand loyalty is to create meaningful interactions with your audience. And doing that in person is always easiest. Read on below for the top conferences and festivals to hit this year to meet your audience.

VidCon


Vidcon is the conference for people who love and make online video. It is held in Anaheim and has become a not-to-miss conference. If your brand’s ideal audience is under 30, then this is the conference to attend. With a community track, a creator track and an industry track, the conference attracts not just YouTube stars, but everyone. Check out the 9th annual conference June 20-23, 2018.

SXSW

SXSW has turned into so much more than a music festival! With SXSWEdu the week before and the tech conference, you will find your audience there. With tracks on branding and marketing, health, food, and government, a variety of people attend. The great thing about SXSW is that you don’t even need to enter the conference. Since the conference overtakes the whole city of Austin, create pop-up events and meet your audience without stepping into the expo hall!

Developer Week in NY

Developer week is an annual conference held in NY in mid-June. This conference focuses on an oft overlooked side of tech- the developers. With developers increasingly important in design, development, and almost every stage of creation, this conference has blown up. If your audience consists of developers, this is a great conference to check out.

Music Festivals


Music festivals are a great place to create a fun pop-up or booth. Something that doesn’t take itself too seriously, and results in an epic photo-op for your audience. Some of the most popular music festivals are Coachella, Outside Lands, and Lollapalooza. Have some fun and meet your audience at a music festival this summer!

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