junior open mic

Youth open mic tots up four hundred and fifty acts

JOM Junior Open Mic, the Herne Hill community organisation for free youth music, is due to surpass 450 acts on Instagram LIVE at the next youth open mic session at 7pm on Saturday 6th February 2021. Organiser Andy Gray says “Since starting sessions in the Summer of 2017 we've carried out 21 junior open mics at Off The Cuff Music Bar, 8 Beyond The Living Room private sessions, 2 festivals in Brockwell Park, one Feast Festival in West Norwood, two Herne Hill Music Concerts and 10 online open mics.”

JOM Micro Music Festival returns to Brockwell Park for 2019

For the second year running Brockwell Park will host a free music festival featuring Junior Open Mic’ers with a line-up of 30 acts. The festival hopes to raise £1000 for Brockwell Park Community Partners, the charity that co-runs the park.

Last year’s event attracted an audience of 400 with festival quality sound engineered by one of the UKs top bands. The acts were eclectic - from punk bands to recordists to caped crusaders. Part of the fun was seeing who performed next.

Experience performing on a live music stage in private

JOM is offering youngsters the opportunity to experience performing on a sound stage in complete privacy or with just close family present – for free! If your child is musically minded or likes to put on a shows for the family from behind the sofa then this is a great next step. Acoustics are on a par with television shows like The Voice and X-Factor and the vibe is friendly.

New Brockwell Park festival offers young people chance to perform

Organisers of the JOM Micro Festival in Brockwell Park on 16th September are extending the 20 act line-up to offer 3 additional single song slots to young people who wish to experience the buzz of performing with full sound equipment and a sound engineer. For further details or to apply email info.jomfest@gmail.com.
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