Young buskers set to strum on down at Trinity Walk

Young musicians are being urged to showcase their talents by busking at a shopping centre.

Thursday, 7th May 2015, 5:20 pm
Somewhere to Busk

Somewhere to Busk will be a day of live music at Trinity Walk on Saturday, May 16.

Event organisers Amy Lilley and Lucy Norton said: “We are looking for musicians aged 16–25, whether you are experienced or new to the music scene, a solo performer or part of a band - we would love to hear from you.”

“Somewhere to busk is driven by a national project which aims to find space and support people in their creative endeavours with the help of the Big Lottery Fund.”

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The project has received a £7m grant from the Big Lottery Fund to unlock free space across the UK for 16 to 25-year-olds until 2016.

The initiative is being delivered in Yorkshire by We Are.

Miss Norton and Miss Lilley said: “We’re inviting young musicians and bands to perform throughout the day. It should be a really nice event.”

If you are interested in performing then email [email protected]