Organisers of a gig to celebrate female talent in the music industry as part of International Women’s Day have announced a free panel event before the show.
Queen Tut’s will see iconic Glasgow venue King Tut’s renamed for the day, with a show featuring live sets from up and coming acts including The Vegan Leather, The Van T’s and Scarlett Randle.
On the day of the gig, March 8, a free ‘Women in Music’ panel discussion will take place from 2pm to 4pm featuring Stina Tweeddale of Scottish band Honeyblood and Denise Allan of Glasvegas and Freakwave management.
They’ll be joined by Julie McKinnon from one of the UK’s biggest music venue networks, the Scottish Event Campus, as well as Blue Kirkhope of the Scottish Music Industry Association.
The event will be chaired by Nadine Walker, Director of TENEMENT TV.
— Nadine Walker (@nadinettv) February 28, 2019
Free tickets for the panel are available now at http://bit.ly/QTPANEL.
The live evening gig is ticketed separately, with briefs on sale now via www.kingtuts.co.uk.
On the night, a special Queen Tut’s cocktail will be on-sale in the bar with all proceeds from the drink given to charity.
Details on official charity partnerships will be announced before the show.
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