We are creating an album! But we need your help!
We are a group of young people aged 14-25 who meet in Louth Lincolnshire to programme our own music and comedy events. We manage all aspects of our events from booking the artists to running the event on the night and everything in between.
We formed in 2013 with an aim to create more events for young people in our area. With support from Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV) Young People’s Programme we have been able to produce our own event at the Riverhead Theatre in Louth (part of the wider LOV network).
So why do we need your help?
We decided to create an EP to celebrate and promote the amazing talent in our county and get it out there for more people to enjoy. We have worked hard over the past four months to organise and produce our album, however our funds are strained and we are on our last push to complete it!
With £300 pounds, we would be able to reproduce and distribute our EP to get it out there so you can hear what we have worked so hard to create! We need to also pay our artists who are probably the best Lincolnshire has to offer. Check them out here:
Unknown Stuntmen https://theunknownstuntmen.wordpress.co
Jessamina Grace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWUpfl1TfPU
We are always connected to our social media, so please get in touch and show us your support!
On Wednesday 17th June we will be launching our EP in the studio at the Riverhead Theatre, so if you’re in the county please feel free to come along and support us. Tickets are pay what you want so what are you waiting for! You might also be able to go home with an EP for just £5!
We are really honoured to represent our town and our county, and any penny at all would make you part of that, so please consider joining us on our journey!
LOV Young People’s Programme is funded by the Paul Hamlyn and Esmee Fairbairn foundation and support the development of young people as audience, decision makers and programmers.
Risks and challenges
We have worked extremely hard over the past few months to pull everything together, from getting an independent local sound engineer in to record the sessions to selecting and co-coordinating the musicians and planning and organising the launch event.
We have met all our challenges head on and are now at our final hurdle the last push for a final £300 and we need your support.