East-London venue Troxy have announced they are working with DICE to create the world’s biggest mobile-only venue in order to 'lock out' ticket touts.
A recent study into the importance of music in youth culture has revealed that an overwhelming majority of the younger generation regard music to be an essential part of life.
The music careers event for young women takes place this Saturday in London, and will feature host Jen Long, DJ and BBC Radio 1 presenter Abbie McCarthy and Mercury nominated band The Big Moon.
The south London rapper has had a massive year, with endorsement from US powerhouse Drake and sell-out shows. He's joined by runners-up Bicep, IAMDDB and Rex Orange County.
In a bid to stamp out touts, the London venue is the first to go mobile-only and will sell tickets solely through ticketing app, DICE.
Calling all female music professionals - join Sian Anderson and Rosie Lowe to learn about being a woman in music at DICE's Girls Music Day.
BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo, Fern Ford (The Big Moon) and Denai Moore are among the speakers at DICE’s Girl’s Music Day.
North London rapper Little Simz has been named as the Best Emerging Live Act of 2015 by Dice, the mobile ticketing app.