Circulart and BOmm: the music markets come together to strengthen the national industry


Bogotá Music Market (BOmm)
will be carried out from September 7-10, and in Medellín,

the Latin American Music Market, will hold its 12th edition of September 15 to 18.

Music markets come together for the first time to tackle the crisis that recently rocked music. After the great recess due to the pandemic, the recent reactivation of events and concerts, once again gave the green light to the industry most affected by the lockdown.

The music markets were created based on the needs of the sector in search of the professionalization of artistic proposals, the generation of opportunities and the opening of Colombian and Ibero-American music to the entire world.

This union seeks to expand the range of opportunities for artists, agencies, labels and professionals in the music sector who go to each of these spaces year after year looking for music to continue to cross borders.

It will be a bilateral relationship where national and international companies can meet and directly hire independent musical talents and learn about the best musical offerings in Colombia and Latin America.

During these two weeks of meetings, the musicians will be able to make new business opportunities and commercial alliances. Carried out in a hybrid way (face-to-face / virtual).

Issue No. 12 of Circulart, the Latin American Music Market, it will continue with the 4 components present in the previous versions: Conversations, Artistic Shows, Business Meetings and Music Fair; carried out in a hybrid way (face-to-face / virtual), insofar as it can be done under the provisions of the law.

The BOmm it will have 4 components: BOmm Talks,

BOmm Labs, and Business rounds, all activities in virtual and face-to-face formats in Bogotá.

The invitation to the public for these two weeks is to explore and support national music through actions that highlight the importance of consuming the local product.