2nd Annual Streaming Summit Kicks Off the 3-day, Must-See, Industry ReunionEarly Bird Registration Opens August 17 at 10 a.m. CT
Two-Day Only Early Bird Rates Available – $549 for in-person and $99 for virtual track
Country music’s largest industry gathering, CRS, is set to return in person at Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 23-25. Registration for CRS 2022 opens August 17 at 10 a.m. CT at the Early Bird Rate of $549 per person and will be available for purchase at www.CountryRadioSeminar.com.
Effective August 19, the rate will increase to $649 per person. CRS 2022 will also see the return of the CRS Streaming Summit on Wednesday, February 23. In the wake of the pandemic, online music listening and streaming subscriptions surged, and listening behaviors have shifted. While attendees can expect to see the return of many of the most popular events and programming CRS has to offer, CRS is dedicated to expanding the seminar’s scope and is dedicating an entire day to streaming. A one-day pass to attend the streaming summit will be available for $249 per person.
CRS Executive Director, RJ Curtis, elaborates, “CRS ’22 will open Wednesday, February 23rd with our 2nd annual, all-day Streaming Summit; enhanced and customized to give attendees a live, unforgettable experience. And, we’ll be revealing additional blockbuster content in the next two weeks that will make CRS ’22 an important, necessary destination for everyone determined to preserve our format’s continued success and longevity. We’ll see you in February!”
Following the success and popularity of CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience, CRS will also be offering a virtual track featuring Livestream sessions and on-demand content from the 3-day event. Musical performances will only be available in-person and not available through the virtual experience. The Early Bird rate for a CRS Virtual pass is $99 per person, and effective August 19, the rate will increase to $129 per person. Full in-person registrants will also be provided access to the virtual experience and receive the on-demand session library.
A ticket to the annual New Faces of Country Music® Showcase is only included with in-person registration packages and will only be available until full capacity is reached. New Faces tickets are limited, and in previous years, they have reached capacity within hours of being on sale. Anyone interested in a New Faces ticket is encouraged to register at 10 a.m. CT on Aug. 17. With exceptional programming and content planned, along with appearances by some of the format’s most prominent stars, CRS is gearing up for a music industry reunion unlike any before.
CRS Board President, Kurt Johnson, shares his excitement for the return of the event, “We’re back–live, in-person and better than ever for CRS ’22. This will indeed be the greatest family reunion ever in Country Music, and it just wouldn’t be the same without you. So, make plans to join us at the Omni in February!”CRS host hotel, Omni Nashville Hotel, will be accepting reservations starting Aug. 17. A link to make reservations will be available at www.CountryRadioSeminar.com.
More information and advance agenda details will be released in the coming days.
About Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc.®: The Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc.® is a 501 © 3 non-profit organization founded in 1969 to bring the Country Music Industry together to ensure vitality and promote growth in the Country Radio format. More information may be obtained at: www.CountryRadioSeminar.com or through the CRB/CRS office at (615) 327-4487.
About CRS: CRS is an annual convention that gathers key business leaders in various radio and music industry fields, featuring presentations on best business practices, emerging technology, personal career development, and new music showcases. CRS 2022 will be held in person at Omni Nashville Hotel from February 23-25, 2022.