The Labor Party will hold its state conference in Launceston in July.
Party secretary Stuart Benson said the conference would consider rule changes and motions from branches.
He said it was expected the conference would attract up to 250 members and observers.
Last year's Labor Party state conference was held in Burnie at the end of August and was delayed because of the federal election.
Mr Benson said branches would be required to submit motions for discussion at the end of May.
He said a venue for the conference would be finalised soon.
The conference will be held on July 25 and 26.