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Supporting Grassroots Live Music

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Supporting Grassroots Live Music

Arts Council England presents


Arts council England are holding a free "Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music" fund presentation at Trinity Centre, Bristol on Wednesday 11th September.

If you are working within the grassroots music sector, this session will help you find out about how to apply for this Arts Council funding programme (more information below).

The event will run you through the application process and answer any questions you may have about the newly launched fund. This will be followed by the opportunity to ask an Arts Council Relationship Manager questions.

2pm Arrival
2:15- 3:15 Presentation
3:15-3:30 break
3:30-4:00 Q&A

More information about Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music:

This funding is available to those whose main function is to host and/or promote live music events in venues. Usually, this will be venues and promoters (or groups of venues and/or promoters).

We are particularly interested in supporting those venues and promoters who work in the grassroots part of this sector (ie those working with new, developing talent in small to mid-size venues).

Here is a useful link to Arts Council England's Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music pages to find out more about the fund, how to apply and how you can get in touch for advice.

We strongly recommend you review this guidance prior to attending the workshop.

The day is FREE to attend but pre-booking required. No walk-ins will be permitted.

Please make us aware of any access requirements you may have as soon as you are able.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Image: WE ARE LIGHTNING by Sam Halmarack and JOF O’Farrell at the Trinity Centre, Bristol as part of Mayfest 2018. Produced by MAYK. © Paul Blakemore

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