Latitude Festival 2017: Search is on to find young artists to perform on Inbetweeners Stage
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Culture Works East, The Eastern Daily Press and Access to Music have teamed up with Latitude to offer young musicians from Norfolk and Suffolk a chance to perform at the festival.
Young people aged between 14 and 18 years of age can get involved and audition to win a performance slot on the Inbetweeners Stage in the Teen Area.
The stage has previously seen performances from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Mullally and Let's Eat Grandma.
Auditions will take place at Access To Music in Norwich on Saturday, July 1.
Attendees will have to play three tracks in front of an industry panel, who will offer guidance and advice to each act.
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Elli Chapman, Artistic Director for Culture Works East, said: 'This will be Culture Works East 8th year delivering high-quality creative and media activities, workshops, performances and Q&As.
'Hidden within the trees the Inbetweeners Stage in partnership with Access To Music is a very popular part of our programme.
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'We are looking for acts that can create a set that suits our intimate but perfectly formed stage area. It really suits acoustic and semi-acoustic performances by individuals or small groups.
'I am excited to see the performers chosen but also that everyone who auditions will have the chance to get advice from industry professionals. Over the years it has provided an amazing platform for emerging artists locally. It has been great to see the young performers during and after the opportunity.'
Sharon Reuben of Latitude Festival, added: 'I'm proud that with an area dedicated to teens, Latitude continues to offer opportunities for young artists to develop their talent, and for teen audiences to expand their experiences and explore their own creativity.'
Latitude Festival will take place at Henham Park from July 13-16. Headline acts performing over the weekend include The 1975, Mumford and Sons and Fleet Foxes.
To register for an audition contact firstname.lastname@example.org