Save BBC Six Music Gig To Be Held At Proud Camden

March 9, 2010 by  

Following BBC Director General Mark Thompson’s announcement last week that BBC Six Music will close, a one-off event is being organised at Proud Camden this Wednesday 10th March to raise awareness and try to reverse the decision.

Last week’s announcement of the cost-saving measure attracted an overwhelming level of support from listeners, presenters, musicians and key industry figures, with the Save 6 Music Facebook group totalling over 150,000 members and counting.

The event aims to bring together a selection of high profile musicians, up-and-coming bands and radio DJs and presenters to raise awareness of what is at stake should the closure go ahead, with all profit going to Shelter. More acts still to be announced.

The line-up so far is:

Kitty Daisy and Lewis (LIVE)
Master Shortie (LIVE)
Ali Love (DJ)
Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong (DJ)
The Holloways (DJ)
Jonathan Morter (Save Six Music campaign) and friends (DJ)

Ticket information:
£5 in advance and before 10pm / £7 after


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