Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP)

The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) is the national service, advocacy and membership organization for the performing arts presenting industry and the convener of APAP|NYC, the world's leading gathering of performing arts professionals, held every January in New York City.

Arts Midwest (AMW)

Arts Midwest is a non-profit regional arts organization that serves audiences, arts organizations, and artists throughout the nine states Midwest, and beyond. Arts Midwest’s portfolio of programs include an annual booking conference, grants for presenting organizations, leadership development initiatives, and more.


Western Arts Alliance (WAA)

Western Arts Alliance is a membership association advancing excellence in performing arts throughout the western states and provinces. WAA's annual booking conference and its year-round programs are essential for artists, artist managers, presenters, and other performing arts professionals in the west.

South Arts / Performing Arts Exchange (PAE)

South Arts is a regional arts organization strengthening the South through advancing excellence in the arts. South Art’s annual conference Performing Arts Exchange /link is the primary marketplace and forum for performing arts presenting and touring – artists and work, ideas, learning and information – in the eastern US.


Arts Northwest

Arts Northwest is one of the region's largest gathering of artists, their management, and presenters of the performing arts.

North Carolina Presenters Consortium / ArtsMarket

North Carolina Presenters Consortium is a not-for-profit a member-based resource network, forged in a spirit of non-competitive cooperation and dedicated to enhancing the availability, quality, variety, and affordability of professional touring arts and entertainment attractions presented throughout the state. One of NCPC’s program is ArtsMarket - a bi-annual booking conference.

Ohio Arts Presenters Network (OAPN)

The purpose of the Ohio Arts Presenters Network is to provide programs, including an annual booking conference, and services that strengthen the quality and scope of the performing arts in Ohio. OAPN serves its membership which includes presenters (organizations that engage performing artists), as well as artists, management agencies, and service organizations.