SAN DIEGO, June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AV Concepts, a leader in creative audio, visual and staging services for corporate, convention, and entertainment events, announced that Tara Zanecki, Vice President, Business Development for AV Concepts, will speak at the Grammy futureNow Conference, on June 23, 2012 in Santa Monica, Calif.
From the organization behind bringing Tupac Shakur to the Coachella stage and Chris Brown's performance at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, Zanecki will speak at 2:10 p.m., June 23, 2012 about insights and ideas that connect technology, and live performances to deliver and monetize a new dimension to the human entertainment experience.
"Technology has always been and will continue to be a disruptive force in music and entertainment," said Zanecki. "Being invited to share our ideas with the industry's elite on the future of entertainment demonstrates an acknowledgment that it's time to talk about what's next and collectively push the limits of innovation in our industry."
GRAMMY futureNow, presented by The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter and The Broad Stage, provides attendees with insider knowledge necessary to achieve success in today's evolving music industry.
June 23, 2012
2:10p.m. – 2:25 p.m.
The Broad Stage
1310 11th Street
Santa Monica, Calif. 90401
About AV Concepts
AV Concepts is an inspired place where creative and technology converge. For 24 years AV Concepts has been a full-service supplier of video, audio, lighting and technical services, driving innovation to a new level for brands, professional meetings and corporate events. With a team of over 100 employees supporting 500+ annual events across North America, AV Concepts has been recognized as an industry leader who delivers exceptional quality, ideas and client satisfaction. AV Concepts can be found at www.avconcepts.com, www.twitter.com/avconceptsinc, www.youtube.com/avconceptsinc, and www.facebook.com/avconceptsinc.
Lora Friedrichsen/Valerie Christopherson
Global Results Communications for AV Concepts
SOURCE AV Concepts