Billboard’s Latin Music Week, the most prestigious and longest-running week dedicated to the celebration of Latin music, will return to Miami this October.

Set for Monday, Oct. 14 to Friday, Oct. 18, Latin Music Week 2024 brings together top and emerging Latin music artists and executives from around the world for a week of showcases, networking, exclusive conversations, panels, workshops, activations and concerts.


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The event, which last year featured superstar Q&As with the likes of Shakira and Fonseca and in-depth panels anchored by Peso Pluma, Wisin, Fuerza Regida, Young Miko, Nicky Jam, Arcangel, Ivy Queen and Myke Towers, among others, is known as the top gathering place for the most influential and impactful artists today, both established and emerging, as well as the ultimate meeting ground for top music executives.

“We’ve created the single most important event in Latin music and the only gathering place for top artists to come together in art, conversation, and creativity,” says Leila Cobo, chief content officer of Billboard Latin/Español. “We’re thrilled to be returning to Miami to celebrate this over three-decade-long legacy, and we look forward to announcing this year’s roster of superstars, executives, and rising talent.”     

Over 5,000 registrants attended last year’s event, which featured over 50 artists, 40 artist and executive conversations, panels and workshops and more than 50 executives in an unprecedented five days of activities.

Marquee panels included Latin Music Week’s now-iconic Women’s Panel and “Making the Hit Live,” which last year featured Pedro Capó and Carin León, who wrote a song live that was released on Sony Music.

To see an overview of last year’s events, look here.

Programming will be expanded in this 2024 edition to accommodate audience demand.

Registration and additional details will be released in the coming weeks, with official registration opening soon and special rates available for returning attendees and students. Latin Music Week is expected to sell out, as it has for the past 10 years. For real time updates please visit 

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