The event, which will offer advice to young people wanting to break into the music industry, takes place ahead of the Wakefield festival.
DIY is teaming up with Long Division festival and Tileyard Education for a special event – aptly-titled Multiply – focussing on offering advice and guidance to young people wanting to break into the music industry.
The informal social and networking event will take place ahead of Long Division’s festival on Saturday 11th June, with special one-to-one sessions running from 10am til 12.30pm.
The event will take place in the ASIC Building of Wakefield College, and alongside the 15-minute long sessions – where different members of the music industry will be offering advice on a variety of subjects – there’ll also be informal group conversations to get involved with.
Alongside members of Team DIY, young artists and creatives will be able to sit down with representatives from Tileyard Education, Come Play With Me, Long Division itself and many more. Check out the list below.
Harry Leckstein, Managing Director of Tileyard Education
Jamie Searls, Head of A&R and Commercial Partnerships, Tileyard Education
Fergus Brooman, Admissions, Events and A&R, Tileyard Education
Steve Cole, Head of Teaching and Learning, Tileyard Education
Ria Dhamija , Marketing and Events Manager, Tileyard Education
Rupert Vereker, CEO of DIY Music Ltd and Publisher of DIY Magazine
Sarah Jamieson, Managing Editor, DIY Magazine
Dean Freeman, Festival Director, Long Division
Emily Ingham, Promoter, Bodys
Rob Dee, Philophobia Records
Lily Sturt-Bolshaw Live Events, Come Play With Me
Sam Airey, Hanglands (Long Division’s PR & Social team)
You can book in for a special 15-minute session now by heading here.