Revolt Sounds Ultimate Music Lovers Weekend

Revolt TV is gearing up for inaugural music conference in Miami next month with talent and performance announcements.

Scheduled from Oct. 16 through 19 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel, the Revolt Music Conference will feature live music and performances from Jhene Aiko, G Eazy, DJ Khaled, Rae Sremmurd, DJ Cassidy, Funk Flex, DJ VICE.

A spokesman for Revolt TV, which currently counts carriage on Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Century Link, said the network will announce additional artists and that is in the process of finalizing the programming block that will air on Oct. 17 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

In addition to the live music, the Revolt Music Conference will feature 10 full conference panels, eight artist showcases, and countless networking opportunities designed to address key industry topics and discuss the ever-changing world of music and media.

The conference will combine education and entertainment over the course of two and a half days for 500 industry executives and students, as well as a remote audience through Revolt’s new iOS and iPhone app.

Attendees will learn what’s next for the future of music business from over 40 speakers including keynote sessions from Clear Channel chairman/CEO and MTV co-founder Bob Pittman; CEO of All Def Digital and co-founder of Def Jam Russell Simmons; and co-founder and chairman of Interscope Records Jimmy Iovine and chairman of Combs Enterprises and Revolt TV Sean Combs. Additional speakers include excutives from Shazam, Spotify, Beats by Dre, Pandora, Grey Advertising, VEVO, SoundCloud, Sirius XM, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, and more.

The Music Weekender package encompasses daytime access to the exclusive Revolt pool and lawn, outdoor music showcases, reserved cabanas and daybeds, specialty curated drink and food menus, daytime entertainment and gaming, musical styling by Revolt guest DJs, and night events, including music showcases and expedited access to one of America’s top nightclubs, LIV. Learn more about Revolt Music Conference at or