The two-day, content-filled virtual event will include workshops, demos, and discussions featuring music industry professionals, chart-topping artists, and Fiverr’s music community
March 28, 2022 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fiverr International Ltd., (NYSE: FVRR), the company that is changing how the world works together, today announced its first music event, “Now Playing” on March 30th and 31st. The free virtual event offers attendees the opportunity to hear from a mixture of artists and aspiring musicians as they share their music journeys, industry advice, and give an inside look at their creative process.
“It would be dismissive of us to ignore the larger problems going on in the world and we have a robust community of musicians in Ukraine”Brent Messenger, Vice President of Public Policy and Community Engagement
The event will also offer firsthand knowledge about the music industry – getting discovered, building an image, the latest cutting edge tools, and more. Confirmed speakers include 6-time Grammy award winner T-Pain, electronic music DJ trio Cheat Codes, and viral TikTok artist JVKE. The event will also feature executive speakers from YouTube Music, Artlist, Musiio, Genius, and Fiverr’s global community of freelance talent.
“Fiverr has grown to be a platform that supports music-industry professionals and businesses needing access to incredible music talent,” said Gali Arnon, Chief Marketing Officer at Fiverr. “While this music event is a company-first for us, we’re giving our incredible community of vocalists, songwriters, producers, advertisers and brands the opportunity to share their expertise and passion with the world.”
While the event is free to register, Fiverr is also partnering with the Ukrainian Red Cross to bring awareness to the situation there and encourage attendees to give charitable donations during the Now Playing event to help support Ukrainian relief efforts.
“It would be dismissive of us to ignore the larger problems going on in the world and we have a robust community of musicians in Ukraine,” said Brent Messenger, Vice President of Public Policy and Community Engagement. “Fiverr’s purpose is to help anyone build their business, brand or dreams, and we want to ensure that we continue to support them and their ability to pursue their passions. This is why we’re encouraging attendees to support the Ukrainian people during this conflict.”
To learn more about “Now Playing” by Fiverr and our partnership with the Ukrainian Red Cross check out our landing page here.