The 2nd Annual Live Production Summit (LPS) — Virtual

LPS (formerly Tour Link) has welcomed thousands of participants and partners to attend the premier conference for live events & entertainment production professionals for well over a decade.

LPS encompasses all areas of the touring, film & TV and live event production industries – including management, technology & design, travel & hospitality, logistics, safety & security and much, much more!

Beyond the incredible networking opportunities and the chance to learn directly from industry leaders, the Live Production Summit is a focused, forward-thinking approach to the future of the industry. Discussions are led by well-known representatives in a welcoming round table approach to nurture and support new ideas, answer questions and encourage engagement. LPS invites everyone involved in the production of live, hybrid and virtual events – including, but not limited to, concerts & festivals, corporate meetings, trade shows, product reveals – as well as film and television production, commercial and private travel, technology manufacturers and production providers to join us.

This being such a pivotal time for the live events industry, we are offering the opportunity to attend at NO COST to you! Participate and grow at LPS 2021, and join us in helping to strengthen our future TOGETHER!

February 25-26, 2021

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