We’re celebrating International Women’s Day this year at Union Chapel, with a day of networking, panels and talks and an evening of entertainment. We’ll be offering a chance for newcomers to meet the music industry’s finest and brightest rising stars.
If you want to start a career in music – come along and meet influential women in the industry and make connections with pros in their field that can offer advice through one to one networking opportunities.
We’ll be hosting educational talks to encourage words of wisdom from women who have real-life experience within the industry from all sectors – from management to agents, promoters to marketers, riggers to stage managers and beyond!
Register your interest for speed networking now, there are limited spaces and you must be in possession of an event ticket to partake.
Women from Festival Republic, Live Nation, Academy Music Group, Big Scary Monsters, Sony Music, MAMA, Ogle Hog, Metropolis, Melody VR, National Merchandise, BBC, Safe Gigs for Women, and PRS will be in attendance, with many more to be announced.
Day Tickets are priced at £2 with all proceeds going to Safe Gigs For Women.
Nilüfer Yanya has been announced to give a very special performance at Union Chapel that evening, supported by Martha Hill, and Tamzene which have come through the ReBalance programme. Nilüfer Yanya is a West-London singer who combines influences from indie rock to soul, jazz, and trip-hop. Her debut album Miss Universe came out last year to critical acclaim and was named one of the best albums of the 2019 by the likes of Pitchfork, NME, and more. Supporting her is the hard-hitting alt-pop of Martha Hill that has been noticed by BBC Introducing, and Later With Jools Holland, as well as singer-songwriter Tamzene who was discovered busking on the streets of Scotland with her heart-stopping songs, and has played some of the UK’s biggest festivals.