The 16th Annual Florida Music Festival & Conference welcomes David Beame of the Global Citizen Festival for ‘The Business of Music’ Panel
Saturday, April 23rd
Cheyenne Saloon (126 W Church St)
The BUSINESS of MUSIC
• David Beame (Global Citizen Festival)
• Nick Ferrara (Ferrara Law)
• Jeff Hanson (Management)
• Will Hunt (Musician: Evanescence / Rival City Heights)
• Jamal Samuel (Rock City Management)
Moderated by Stephanie Christie (Stephanie Christie Management)
David Beame serves as the Event Director at Global Citizen, a non-profit working towards ending extreme poverty by 2030. In his role, David oversees all major events for the Global Citizen brand including event and broadcast production of the Global Citizen Festival, an annual 60,000-person festival on the Great Lawn, Central Park that coincides with the United Nations General Assembly and features the world’s most popular artists, celebrities and world leaders. The festival is broadcast live on MSNBC and YouTube with highlight programs appearing on NBC and distributed through BBC Worldwide. Past performers include Pearl Jam, Beyonce, JAY-Z, Coldplay, Stevie Wonder, No Doubt, Ed Sheeran, Neil Young, and Foo Fighters along with celebrities such as Hugh Jackman, Leonardo Dicaprio, Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington, and Stephen Colbert, and dignitaries including Vice President Biden, Michelle Obama, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and Prime Minister Modi of India.
In addition to his role with Global Citizen, David is also a partner at the entertainment law firm of Beame & Mencher LLP. He has negotiated and structured millions of dollars of entertainment related transactions for clients including international platinum recording artists and songwriters/producers, talent and creators of television programs and motion pictures, and pioneering new media and cutting-edge tech companies.
David is a graduate of New World School of the Arts and received two bachelor of arts degrees from Boston University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law.