Music for Youth’s national networking event, Frequencies, returns to Bristol next month and is offering showcase places to emerging artists.
The day-long programme gives music-makers the chance to gain insider knowledge of the industry, try out new sounds, sign up to perform live on stage and get one-to-one professional feedback.
There will also be the opportunity to collaborate with other upcoming artists during workshops, while industry representatives will be on hand to offer advice and mentoring.
Frequencies runs on 28 September at The Station, Bristol, and is open to artists and musicians aged 21 and under.
To learn more, grab your free tickets and apply to apply at the evening showcase, see https://www.mfy.org.uk/events/frequencies/
Music for Youth is a national arts charity working to provide young people across the UK with performance and career progression opportunities, regardless of their background or musical style.
Frequencies is supported by PPL UK and Vivendi.