Muncie Girls and 808Ink have been announced as the acts playing PRS Foundation and Glastonbury Festivals present… Talent Development Workshops in Bristol.
The free event takes place at the Trinity Centre on 7 November and features Glastonbury Festival’s Emily Eavis in conversation with BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens, where she’ll discuss her career, the role of the festival in developing artists and the importance of regional development.
Lande Yo from Muncie Girls is among the special guests on the Introduction to Music Funding panel, which will provide an insight into the available support for emerging artists.
The panel will also discuss how regional acts can build a buzz in order to attract support of up to £15,000 through PRS Foundation schemes including the Momentum Music Fund.
There will also be a networking session with talent development experts including Claire Rose from PRS for Music, Jude McArdle from the Association of Independent Music (AIM) and Richard Pitt from BBC Music Introducing.
Muncie Girls and 808Ink, who have previously received support through the Momentum Music Fund, will play as part of the Momentum Showcase.
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