The 2019 Billboard Latin Music Week is less than two weeks away, gathering some of the hottest artists and power players in the music industry for a three-day conference at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
Joining this year’s legendary Regional Mexican panel, titled “Renovarse o Morir,” are artists Eden Muñoz (vocalist of Calibre 50), El Fantasma, Luis Coronel, and Regulo Caro, who will discuss how the genre is adapting to a new musical and business reality with industry leaders including Andaluz Music executive Jessica Vazquez, public relations and journalism powerhouse Sara Eva Pérez, and Lizos Music CEO Sergio Lizárraga.
"We have truly gathered some of the best minds and artists in regional Mexican music to give us an analysis and assessment of where the genre is at this moment, all under the leadership of our Billboard Mexico correspondent, Tere Aguilera, one of the top experts in the genre," said Leila Cobo, Billboard’s Vice President and Latin Industry Lead. "This panel is not to be missed."
The all-star lineup will gather for the “Renovarse o Morir” (Renew or Die) session on Tuesday, April 23.
Returning for its 29th year, Latin Music Week features Q&A sessions and panels, including its signature "Star Q&As," as well as panels focusing on streaming, videos, both mainstream and Latin collaborations and more. Registration to the conference will give attendees access to three days of panels, one-on-one sessions, and showcases, plus tickets to the Billboard Latin Music Awards, which will air live on Telemundo on April 25.
To register for the conference and awards, visit BillboardLatinMusicWeek.com.