Preview: Girls in Music Day by DICE
GIRLS TO THE FRONT!
DICE’s Girls in Music Day is a must for young women trying to break into the music industry.
Girls Music Day | DICE HQ | Saturday 28 April | 10am-4pm | Free for 16-24 year old women or non binary people (apply for tickets)
DICE arrived on the London music scene in 2014 with its app – a unique offer of some of the best gigs from emerging talent to household names. It looks beaut, is easy to use and best of all – means you pay a good price for a night out. Sounds pretty great right? So first things first – go download the app if you don’t have it already.
Since 2016 DICE have been shaking things up even more by putting female music makers front and centre with their Girls Music Days. Now in its 4th edition, the event will see talks and workshops from music industry experts, covering everything from songwriting to DJing and PR. There’s a special focus on tech roles in a panel discussion, and even a chance to hone your CV. Past speakers have included Laura Marling, Lucy Rose, Jane Third (Because Music), and Jamz Supernova (BBC Radio 1 Extra) so expect some big names!
Whether you’re looking for your big break, a chance to meet potential collaborators, or just want to brush up on your CV, head on down to DICE HQ. It’s also completely free. How lovely!
Girls Music Day takes place this Saturday 28 April from 10am-4pm at DICE HQ, Unit 7 & 11, De Beauvoir Block, 92-96 De Beauvoir Road, N1 4EN, London
Attendees should be 16–24 and identify as female or non-binary. To find out more and to sign up to attend, visit DICE’s website.
Rosie van der Haas is a Marketing Manager and freelance writer. Off-duty she seeks out all things music and performance related in the capital.