2010 New Noise Music Conference & Festival Returns

November 6 - 10 Features Impressive Music Lineup in Downtown Santa Barbara

We are busy getting ready for the 2010 New Noise Music Conference & Festival that returns to Santa Barbara November 4-6, with the conference portion taking place Nov 5-6 @ the Canary Hotel in the heart of downtown SB.

Tickets, badges & wristbands are on sale now! We encourage you to support live music & see a ton of great artists for one price. If you are coming from out of town, you can reserve your room at the Canary by calling 805-884-0300 or visit our website for some of our great partner hotels. Reference New Noise to get the discounted room rate while supplies last. Do it. We can’t wait to have some truly visionary speakers and artists to our neck of the woods.

New Noise is now run by the non profit New Noise Music Foundation. Our conference & festival is dependent on ticket & badge sales. Want to help? Purchase yours now & we will see you in November! We truly look forward to hosting you in one of the best cities in the world… We will have a more updates with some REALLY fun and collaborative efforts. VIVA LA MUSIC & THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! - NNSB TEAM

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- Opening Night w/ Dr. Drew: An Evening with Dr. Drew, Thursday, November 4, 6:30pm

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Trusted Health and Wellness Advocate and Host of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew & Loveline. Get your tickets now!

- New Noise will host over 50 bands in three short days! Including: Massive Attack, Thievery Corporation, Saint Motel, Fitz & the Tantrums, Voxhaul Broadcast, The White Buffalo, Nico Stai, Souls Of Mischief, Pep Love, Peanut Butter Wolf (Stones Throw Records), Dead Country, Meiko, Nico Vega, Jack Grisham (T.S.O.L) & the West Coast Dukes, Throw Rag, He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister, Gardens & Villa, Wetlands, Old Man Markley + many more! Visit for complete lineup!

- New Noise hosts over 50 Speakers at The Canary Hotel November 5 & 6! Including: Kevin Lyman (Founder, Warped Tour), Ian Rogers (CEO, TopSpin Media), Bob Becker (Owner, Fearless Records), David Hodges (Songwriter/Former member of Evanescence) , Michael Howe (VP, Downtown Records) , Greg Sowders (Head of A&R, Warner/Chappell Music Publishing), Lucas Keller (Manager, The Collective) , Meiko (Artist), Kyle Lewinsky (CAA), Jonathan Granat (Director Film/TV, Chrysalis Music Publishing), Luke Ebbin (Producer), David Andreone MySpace Records), Michael Crandell (CEO, RightScale) + MANY MORE! See our lineup of speakers & panels and get ready!

Thank you to our sponsors for making New Noise possible. The Santa Barbara Independent, SB Arts Commission, Dos Equis, Sonos, 92.9 KJEE, CADA, KCSB, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, The Canary Hotel, Rockstar Cab, Coastal Concierge, Black Mamba Booking, Notes For Notes and many more! Please check out our sponsor page & support those who help us bring live music & speakers to SB!

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New Noise is funded in part by the Community Events & Festivals Grant Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission

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