UK Music event to map out live music restart a year after lockdown
One year since Covid-19 forced the live music sector into silence, UK Music is hosting a lunchtime webinar event to explore what needs to be done to get live music back on stage.
In ‘Lockdown One Year On: How Do We Ensure The Music Industry Can Deliver The Sounds of Summer?’, their line-up of panellists from across the industry discuss what support the industry needs to put on a great summer of music across the UK.
Chaired by UK Music’s Chief Executive Jamie Njoku-Goodwin, our stellar line up of panellists include:
- Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Music and Member of Parliament for Somerset and Frome David Warburton MP.
- Ben Lovett, Grammy and Brit Award-winning musician, producer and member of Mumford & Sons. Ben is also the CEO of Venue Group and founder of the London venues Omeara and Lafayette.
- Director of Communications and Strategy Boomtown Fair, Anna Wade. Anna gave evidence earlier this year to the DCMS Select Committee for their inquiry on the future of festivals.
- James Ainscough, Chief Executive of Help Musicians UK, which has distributed £15m of financial hardship funding to nearly 20,000 musicians throughout the UK.
- Roxanne de Bastion is an artist. She also sits on the board of the Featured Artist Coalition and PPL.
The panel will take place on Tuesday 23 March at 1pm.
Sign up here.