Feel the Beat PRO #4 – The Producers panel

Monday 21 January 2019

2:45 pm : Main stage

14+

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Free entry but you will need a ticket

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Confetti and Metronome bring music industry professionals together every month to discuss areas across Live, Marketing, Publishing and more. This month Feel the Beat is back for the ‘Producer Panel’ featuring Al Groves (Bring Me The Horizon, Cast), Pip Newby (Enter Shikari, Ghostpoet) and Glenn Skinner (Buzzcocks, Boy George).
Learn everything you need to know about production.

Doors open 2.45pm

Event runs: 3.00pm-4.45pm

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Feel the Beat PRO #4 – The Producers panel

Confetti and Metronome bring music industry professionals together every month to discuss areas across Live, Marketing, Publishing and more. This month Feel the Beat is back for the ‘Producer Panel’ featuring Al Groves (Bring Me The Horizon, Cast), Pip Newby (Enter Shikari, Ghostpoet) and Glenn Skinner (Buzzcocks, Boy George).
Learn everything you need to know about production.

Doors open 2.45pm

Event runs: 3.00pm-4.45pm

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