NOTTSTOPPING digital festival

Saturday 23 May 2020

3:00 pm : Online

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Donations for front line workers

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We are thrilled to be bringing you some performances online as part of Nottstopping festival.

Over the weekend of Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 May we are streaming lots of brilliant music and industry talks kindly donated by the talented musicians and speakers. The stream will be accessed via www.metronome.uk.com and www.nottstoppingfestival.com .

The mammoth Bank Holiday extravaganza will be raising funds to provide treats, gifts and experiences for the county’s hardworking frontline key workers.

We’re excited to bring you the line-up below. Keep up to date on our social media pages for more information.

Saturday 23 May | 3pm – 4pm
Georgie
Jacob Fowler
Rob Green
Chai 6ix
Alfie Sharp  *
Soft Girls and Boys Club
Camille Christel

Saturday 23 May | 4pm – 5pm 
Nactus Kunan
BRIA
Deco
Vega Bay
Mollie Ralph

Saturday 23 May | 5pm – 6pm 
Reflekter
Arcades *
Cucamaras

Saturday 23 May | 6pm – 7pm
TVAM
M-Flute
Otis Mensah

Saturday 23 May | 7pm – 8pm 
Manu Delago
Snapped Ankles
The Invisible Orchestra
Melt Yourself Down*

Saturday 23 May | 8pm – 9pm 
Simone Sims Longo
Red Pig Flower

Sunday 24 May | 2pm – 5pm 
Q&A’s with Industry Professionals and Experts
Featuring:
Jeremy Pritchard (Everything Everything/ Foals)
NUSIC – How To Fund Your Music
NUSIC- Meet The Radio Humans
Stephen Graham* (This Is England/ Virtues)
Paul Adam (A&R for Island Records)

Sunday 24 May | 5pm – 6pm 
Haiku Salut
Holly Redford Jones
Nactus Kunan
Beth Rowley

Find out more about the artists here

Thanks to all the of the artists for donating content.

Thanks to BBC Introducing, UK Young Artists and Hello Thor.

*Warning, some performances may contain strong language

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NOTTSTOPPING digital festival

We are thrilled to be bringing you some performances online as part of Nottstopping festival.

Over the weekend of Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 May we are streaming lots of brilliant music and industry talks kindly donated by the talented musicians and speakers. The stream will be accessed via www.metronome.uk.com and www.nottstoppingfestival.com .

The mammoth Bank Holiday extravaganza will be raising funds to provide treats, gifts and experiences for the county’s hardworking frontline key workers.

We’re excited to bring you the line-up below. Keep up to date on our social media pages for more information.

Saturday 23 May | 3pm – 4pm
Georgie
Jacob Fowler
Rob Green
Chai 6ix
Alfie Sharp  *
Soft Girls and Boys Club
Camille Christel

Saturday 23 May | 4pm – 5pm 
Nactus Kunan
BRIA
Deco
Vega Bay
Mollie Ralph

Saturday 23 May | 5pm – 6pm 
Reflekter
Arcades *
Cucamaras

Saturday 23 May | 6pm – 7pm
TVAM
M-Flute
Otis Mensah

Saturday 23 May | 7pm – 8pm 
Manu Delago
Snapped Ankles
The Invisible Orchestra
Melt Yourself Down*

Saturday 23 May | 8pm – 9pm 
Simone Sims Longo
Red Pig Flower

Sunday 24 May | 2pm – 5pm 
Q&A’s with Industry Professionals and Experts
Featuring:
Jeremy Pritchard (Everything Everything/ Foals)
NUSIC – How To Fund Your Music
NUSIC- Meet The Radio Humans
Stephen Graham* (This Is England/ Virtues)
Paul Adam (A&R for Island Records)

Sunday 24 May | 5pm – 6pm 
Haiku Salut
Holly Redford Jones
Nactus Kunan
Beth Rowley

Find out more about the artists here

Thanks to all the of the artists for donating content.

Thanks to BBC Introducing, UK Young Artists and Hello Thor.

*Warning, some performances may contain strong language

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