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DICE to host first ever Girls Music Week

29 March 2019, 11:02 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

As the fifth year of DICE's Girls Music Day approaches, the company has decided to expand the Day into a Week of workshops, Q+A's, performances, and more.

Originally launched in 2014, Girls Music Day will, for the first time, be extended from 24 hours to one week of events on how women can get into the music industry, from a variety of journalists, activists, and artists.

Anyone who is between 16-24, and identifies as a woman (wholly or partially) or non-binary person can attend.

The activities across the week include talks from a panel of journalists and activisits on how to build a music industry where women thrive, as well as a performance at Moth Club in Hackney from Laurel, and more yet to be announced.

The female-fronted will be broadcasting from DICE HQ throughout the week, and Rebecca Louise Taylor, aka Self Esteem, is set to host a songwriting masterclass for aspiring musicians.

DICE editor Leonie Cooper said of the new events, "I’m so excited to have some amazing groups, artists and journalists involved this year and to celebrate we’ve extended the one day event to a full week, including - for the first time ever - a couple of gigs with killer line ups packed with amazing women."

Girls Music Week will run from 8-14 April. All tickets and events will be available through DICE. Find out more.
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