Music in the City of Culture - Forum

About

A music community gathering to celebrate Bradford and look to the future.

The evening will contain:

Keynote talk from a Bradford 2025 representative

"Bradford - What's great? What's next?" panel featuring: Kemmi Gill (All Star Entertainment). Tom O'Neill (TSO Promotions), Dr. Annie Jamieson (National Science & Media Museum), Katherine Dyson (BCB Radio), Mikey Lord (As Sirens Fall)

Short presentations from organisations in the area about the opportunities they offer including: Bradford Producing Hub, Launchpad, Independent Venue Week, All Star Entertainment

Plenty time to talk, discuss and share ideas with other people involved in Bradford music

 

What will I gain from this event?

Artists: You will get to meet other people in music and hear about upcoming opportunities

Organisations / Freelancers: A chance to network with people in the area and get to see where you might be able to play your part in Bradford 2025.

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Music in the City of Culture - Forum

Type:Talk

Underground, 9 Duke Street, BRADFORD, West Yorkshire, BD1 3QR

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