Newcastle events company to host live music showcase to support local talent
The event, which is named Platform 22, will be held this weekend at Newcastle’s Arts Centre.
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Newly launched North East based events company, Marisam Events, will be hosting an exciting music showcase to support and celebrate local talent.
The company, who have successfully hosted their Late ‘n’ Live Music Quiz, Late ‘n’ Live Karaoke in the past, will be hosting an event named Platform 22, which is a local live music showcase.
In the second time that they have hosted the event, Platform 22 will take place on Saturday, September 9, at The Black Swan within Newcastle Arts Centre.
The event will see four local musicians take to stage to perform a half an hour set of their own original music. The artists performing at Platform 22 this Saturday will be Lottie Willis, Conor Michael, The Stellar Anderson Project, and Eva Chasteau.
The audience will use a QR code to vote for their favourite performance of the night, and the winning artist will receive a monetary prize which will go towards funding for their musical career.
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Marisam Events said: “Our Platform 22 live music showcase provides local musicians with creative development opportunities such as artist residencies and funds.
“It’s a chance to get their original music heard, whilst creating a fun and interactive environment for the audience to compliment.
“At Marisam Events we strive to showcase North East talent and these P22 events definitely offer that. We’ve got a cracking lineup for our event on Saturday 9th September, so make sure you get a ticket and support some wonderful musicians.”
Doors open for the event at 7pm, with the first artist taking to the stage at 8.15pm. The evening will end at 11pm.
Tickets can be purchased from Fatsoma, using this link. Tickets are priced at £6.50, with a £1 booking fee.