Frequently Asked Questions
Who can attend the International Indigenous Music Summit?
The International Indigenous Music Summit is an inclusive event and everyone is welcome. We host a variety of programming including showcases, roundtables, panel discussions and much more. Some sessions are private meetings directed to specific delegates (ie. the Presenters Network) and certain sessions and activities may be reserved for members of Indigenous Nations and communities. However, the majority of programming is open to all delegates.
Do you have to be Indigenous to attend the International Indigenous Music Summit?
The International Indigenous Music Summit is an inclusive event and everyone is welcome.
How do you register for the summit?
All registrations are online, click here to register.
Are there any subsidies or sponsorships to cover the registration fees?
The Summit is open to everyone, and accessible to everyone. In response to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the music industry, this year the IIMS will be ‘pay what you can.’
Where will the summit take place?
The International Indigenous Music Summit 2021 will be entirely virtual this year. Artists, panelists, presenters, facilitators, and participants, will all be joining from the comfort of their homes. The IIMS will be broadcasted from traditional unceded Algonquin territory, but people will not be traveling to Ottawa.
More FAQ Coming Soon!