[SOLD OUT] BBC Music Introducing in the East Midlands

Wednesday 23 September 2020

6:30 pm : Main stage / Seated show

16+

Tickets

SOLD OUT

BOOK NOW +

BBC Music Introducing in the East Midlands returns to Metronome on Wednesday 23 September!

They will be showcasing some of the best up-and-coming musical talent, including George Gretton, Celestines and Sian.

We can’t wait to welcome you back for our first live music event open to the public since March. And the best part? Tickets are completely free! 

 

Information
Arrival and seat allocation 

Doors open at 18:30. Audience members will be seated in the venue, row by row, from 19:30 so we ask you to be ready to be seated by this time. This is so we have enough time to seat the audience in their allocated seats before the performance starts at 20:00. We will call groups in a specific order to stop different parties crossing over each other, so please help us by being patient while we seat everyone. Late arrivals will only be admitted in a suitable interval.

Drinks App 

Metronome are using the OnTapp drinks app for all drinks orders – customers need to use this app as you won’t be able to go up to the bar at the venue. You can find the app on both the Apple App Store and the Android Play Store at the links below:

Apple Store

Google Play Store

To order drinks you will need to select your seats from the drop-down box. When you arrive, you’ll be shown by a member of staff where to collect your drinks – this will then be your designated drinks collection point.

You will be able to pre-order drinks before you arrive too. Please make sure that any pre-ordered drinks are in the lead booker’s name only.

Keeping you safe
Please familiarise yourself with the measures in place at Metronome here.

 

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at access@metronome.com.uk.

Share

[SOLD OUT] BBC Music Introducing in the East Midlands

BBC Music Introducing in the East Midlands returns to Metronome on Wednesday 23 September!

They will be showcasing some of the best up-and-coming musical talent, including George Gretton, Celestines and Sian.

We can’t wait to welcome you back for our first live music event open to the public since March. And the best part? Tickets are completely free! 

 

Information
Arrival and seat allocation 

Doors open at 18:30. Audience members will be seated in the venue, row by row, from 19:30 so we ask you to be ready to be seated by this time. This is so we have enough time to seat the audience in their allocated seats before the performance starts at 20:00. We will call groups in a specific order to stop different parties crossing over each other, so please help us by being patient while we seat everyone. Late arrivals will only be admitted in a suitable interval.

Drinks App 

Metronome are using the OnTapp drinks app for all drinks orders – customers need to use this app as you won’t be able to go up to the bar at the venue. You can find the app on both the Apple App Store and the Android Play Store at the links below:

Apple Store

Google Play Store

To order drinks you will need to select your seats from the drop-down box. When you arrive, you’ll be shown by a member of staff where to collect your drinks – this will then be your designated drinks collection point.

You will be able to pre-order drinks before you arrive too. Please make sure that any pre-ordered drinks are in the lead booker’s name only.

Keeping you safe
Please familiarise yourself with the measures in place at Metronome here.

 

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at access@metronome.com.uk.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...

Ferris and Sylvester - press image

Ferris & Sylvester

Praised by Robert Plant, Guardian, BBC Radio 2 and Rolling Stone for their music that sits somewhere between Jack White and First Aid Kit, the critically acclaimed act return for their 2021 UK tour. *Discounts Apply*

Warmduscher press image

Warmduscher

Ardent fans, Iggy Pop and Marc Riley (BBC 6Music) have only gleaming praise to heap on the band. The band’s live show has left thousands across the UK and Europe desperate for more. *Discounts apply*

Pongo press image

Pongo

Guardian's 'One to Watch', featured in Pitchfork, NY Times and regularly played on BBC 6 Music, Pongo brings her melodic, artistic and soulful music to Metronome. *Discounts Apply*

Onipa - press image

Onipa

Afro-Futurist music machine Onipa blend a unique fusion of African music and electronics, drawing on a wide range of influences, inspired by artists like Kokoko and Flying Lotus. *Discounts apply*

Deco poster image

Deco

Deco move within their own lane. Blurring the line between timeless 80’s synth-pop and contemporary discernment, Deco create undeniable bops with a bite.  *Discounts Apply*