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TRENDING: The Power of Music – What can WE do to help?

This is another call to arms. We need to support – and save our venues. Before it’s too late.

At one point in our lives, we have held on to that fond memory of an impactful CD, radio play or live performance that has played a huge part in our livelihood, that may very well have had a part in how you are as a person. Music defines us for life, I think we can all agree on that. Now, imagine those memories being made for so many others. 400 times across the country.

As another month passes us by, we are further away to finding out a confirmed date of live music returning to our lives. Over 400 grass-root venues are at imminent risk of being closed permanently. With little to no financial support from the Government, we are looking onwards to the fans, to the consumers and to the general public to support and save our venues.

When we resume normality, we will arrive in hordes to catch a glimpse in what we’ve missed with live music. We wouldn’t be able to do that if there are no venues, when we return. So please, support where you can.

Musician to musician, fan to fan – buy a t-shirt, donate directly, even if it’s just sharing the support among your social medias, GET INVOLVED! And when this is all over, the first pint is on me at your nearest local venue.

4 responses to “TRENDING: The Power of Music – What can WE do to help?”

  1. I didn’t realise how much I depended on small music venues for a good night out, or a nice evening until they were gone 😭 there should be more help for them from the government. It’s such a shame. Hopefully they can open soon so we can all have a boogie again!

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