The line-up for the first International Music Summit College: Malta has been announced and promises to be a valuable experience. BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong, the director of Annie Mac's Lost & Found festival, and many other talking heads will host seminars on various areas of the music industry.
The Mediterranean island will play host to IMS College: Malta between 1 and 3 July and will provide the new generation of electronic music fans with insight into the behind-the-scenes workings of the industry. Each day will be split into two halves with students engaging in lessons with the speakers throughout the morning before interactive learning sessions later in the afternoon.
With all that hard work, IMS College: Malta will hold several parties over the weekend with DJs Solomun and Pete Tong hosting the opening party on the first day while Sandy Riveira and Ziggy will keep the party going on Saturday 2 July. Nic Fanciulli and Carl Bee will wrap up the festivities at Uno nightclub on Sunday 3 July with the not-to-be-missed closing party.
IMS College: Malta was preceded by its counterpart event IMS: Ibiza, which took place on the iconic party island between 25-27 May 2016 and hosted the likes of Carl Cox, Erick Morillo and Pet Shop Boys as guest speakers.
Tickets and hotel packages for IMS College: Malta can be found on the event's official website.