ACCESS ALL AREAS is an up-close and personal music seminar, industry networking event and new artist showcase that aims to be your “Triple-A Pass To The Music Industry”. This unique music seminar is back and we are back live from The Social, 5 Little Portland St, London W1W on Saturday, December 3rd from 1-4pm!
ACCESS ALL AREAS announces their special Live Music Industry event, including 4 top panellists and 2 amazing RnB & Rap Cyphers with a live band! This 3-hour event will be moderated by Triple A resident moderator Anna-Marie. She will be speaking to key players from the British live music industry who will be taking part in a conversation on the sector and asking the question, with the current economic crisis post-COVID and post-Brexit, is the industry in a state of emergency?
The panel will discuss the current state of the live music industry in 2022 post covid. With the current cost of living crisis in the UK, many venues, promoters and artists have had to postpone events, festivals and tours; we look at the various factors involved. Post-Brexit what are some of the factors affecting touring internationally as well as international acts coming into the UK? What financial help is there available to aid promoters, venues and talent to help underpin rising touring costs? We also get insight into the different roles within the live music industry, from the back of the house through to booking agents, tour managers and promoters. Finally, looking forward to 2023, with the current operating conditions, will things get better for the live music industry?
Our formidable panel of industry execs we have assembled covers the full spectrum of the UK Music Industry, including the Head of Contemporary Music @ Southbank Centre, Adem Holness; DJ and Events Manager at legendary Rampage sound system who host the biggest static sound system at Notting Hill Carnival, Treble T; Music Exec & Tour Manager for Stormzy, Janelle Fraser @ Tour Music Live and last but not least, AJ Haseley – Founder & Managing Director @ Influential Music Agency & Events.
But that’s not all, the networking sections of the event will be hosted by one of the UK’s hottest new DJ’s; Pharaoh G from BBC 1Xtra with our AAA new artist showcase featuring exclusive live performances from three unsigned UK artists including AJIA, BILLY O’ B. KEMI SULOLA. LDEEA. JAJA MORPH and YT WOOLY.
So on Saturday Dec 3rd, come and hear from some of the biggest names in the game at ACCESS ALL AREAS so whether you’re an artist, producer, songwriter, DJ, musician, manager, budding music exec or maybe you just want to connect with more of your industry peers this is a music webinar for the next generation of the music business. This event will guarantee to be a sell-out, so make sure you pick up your tickets on sale now from Eventbrite UK.
• DATE/TIME: SAT OCT 1ST 1-4PM
• VENUE: THE SOCIAL, 5 LITTLE PORTLAND ST, LONDON W1W 7JD
• RUNNING ORDER:
1pm-140pm: Networking Session & live DJ set hosted by Pharoah G
140-155pm: Rap Cipher with Live Band
155pm-2pm: Networking Session & live DJ set hosted by Pharoah G
2-3pm: AAA x BLiM “Racism In The UK Music Industry – Changing The Landscape” Panel moderated by Anna Marie
3-315pm: Audience Q&A
315-325pm: Networking Session & Live DJ set by Pharaoh G
320-335pm: RnB Cipher with Live Band
335-345pm: Interview with acts from AAA Artist Development Program
345-4pm: Networking Session & Live DJ set hosted by Pharaoh G
• Moderator: Anna-Marie (No Signal Radio)
Adem Holness – Head of Contemporary Music @ Southbank Centre
Treble T – Events Manager /DJ @ Rampage
Janelle Fraser – Tour Manager @ Tour Music Live
AJ Haseley – Founder & Managing Director @ Influential Music Agency & Events
• Live Performances:
• Live Rap and RnB Ciphers with a live band hosted by 1Xtra’s Pharoah G with performances from acts from the AAA Artist Development Program:
AJIA, BILLY O’ B, KEMI SULOLA, LDEEA, JAJA MORPH, YT WOOLY
• Resident DJ & Host: Pharaoh G (BBC 1Xtra)
• TICKETS: £10 GENERAL ADMISSION / £5 LIMITED EARLY BIRD TICKETS FROM EVENTBRITE VIA THIS LINK: https://bit.ly/3Dubpkm
• Supported by: PRS Foundation, Arts Council England, Black Lives In Music, Small Green Shoots and The Glass Hive