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Two more winners from last night's Parliamentary Jazz Awards are Shirley Tetteh, winner of Jazz Newcomer of the Year, and Gary Crosby OBE (Artistic Director of Tomorrow's Warriors), winner of the Special APPJAG Award.

You can catch Gary Crosby's Tomorrow's Warriors Female Frontline performing with Monty Alexander at Cadogan Hall on 25th November 👉 https://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/events/monty-alexander

Shirley performs alongside Camilla George on 25th November at Southbank Centre 👉https://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/…/camilla-george-sarah…

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End of the Road would not be able to happen without the team who come together each year.

Our site setup videos show just a small amount of the highly skilled workers that go into making festivals and live events the amazing experiences they are for so many people.

They desperately need continued government support until the live events industry can emerge from the other side of this crisis #LetTheMusicPlay
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It takes a small village worth of people to make End of the Road happen. Events like ours and the thousands of incredible live events across the world would not be able to function without the expertise of the people working tirelessly behind the scenes.

From musicians to sound engineers, from booking agents to promoters, from artist managers to tour managers and the many many roles beyond. All of these roles - often carried out by self-employed freelancers - are in crisis and at perilous risk due to the effects Covid-19 has had on the live music industry.

Following on from the launch of the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign last month which was shortly followed by the Government’s announcement of £1.57 billion to help arts institutions and venues weather the storm.

Today we join the music industry in highlighting the plight of the jobs that make up the live music ecosystem.

A lot of these people will be cut loose from the Government support scheme for the self-employed at the end of August. A lot more will face redundancy from roles as the Government rolls back the furlough scheme.

These are hard-working, immensely skilled people who want to be back doing what they do best, but cannot because the government has closed their business down - and for very good reason. Whilst they down tools to protect all of us, we ask the Government to consider them or risk losing skills that keep the world-renowned UK music industry what it is.
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I would say that is an underestimated figure. Living near Glastonbury. There are a myriad of business, small and large including the rail, coach and taxi networks that depend on the seasonal income. Hopefully we can find a way to make it all work again regardless of this current government.

COVID-19 has affected many, many businesses, but has been felt heavily through the live music industry.

Months worth of hard work that go into festivals like End of the Road and many other fantastic events around the country evaporated overnight, with entire annual incomes given up. Many taking the decisions themselves before the Government did because it was the right thing to do.

Today marks the launch of the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign to ask the government to do the right thing in return - help support the live music industry on it's road to recovery.

Find out more about the campaign: bit.ly/2YSm4Cv
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Missing you End of the Road..... hoping so much for 2021 🙏

Done 😇 and thanks for posting End Of The Road Festival 2021

We were so excited about welcoming Andy Shauf back to End of the Road in September, and we know a lot of you were as excited about seeing him.

Next Tuesday (June 30th) Andy will be appearing in his first live stream since the pandemic began, playing an all-request set from his home in Toronto.

This one-hour performance will help to raise funds for a variety of causes, including his neighbourhood's Parkdale Community Food Bank, Nia Centre for the Arts (a Toronto-based not-for-profit arts centre that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the African Diaspora), and Andy Shauf's band and crew. Fans can make song requests by visiting Andy's Twitter or Instagram (@andyshauf), or through the Facebook event page for this show.

Ticket link: dice.fm/tour/andy-shauf-live-stream

FB Event: www.facebook.com/events/260859461679745/
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We were so excited about welcoming Andy Shauf back to End of the Road in September, and we know a lot of you were as excited about seeing him. 

Next Tuesday (June 30th) Andy will be appearing in his first live stream since the pandemic began, playing an all-request set from his home in Toronto.

This one-hour performance will help to raise funds for a variety of causes, including his neighbourhoods Parkdale Community Food Bank, Nia Centre for the Arts (a Toronto-based not-for-profit arts centre that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the African Diaspora), and Andy Shaufs band and crew. Fans can make song requests by visiting Andys Twitter or Instagram (@andyshauf), or through the Facebook event page for this show. 

Ticket link: https://dice.fm/tour/andy-shauf-live-stream

FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/260859461679745/

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🌱 We just wanted to say a big big thank you to all of you. We've been completely overwhelmed by your messages and kind words.

Rest assured, we’ll be back and ready for one hell of a party in 2021.

Love to you all, Team EOTR 🧡
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🌱 We just wanted to say a big big thank you to all of you. Weve been completely overwhelmed by your messages and kind words.

Rest assured, we’ll be back and ready for one hell of a party in 2021.

Love to you all, Team EOTR 🧡

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Love and thanks to EOTR

Can't wait for next year x

The best things in life are worth waiting for. 🤩👍

Lots of love to the whole EOTR family. See you in 2021 x

2021 a year for celebration at EOTR 😍😍😍

Can’t wait for it! ❤️

Roll on next year. Can't wait 🙌

See you next year! ❤️

😘😘😘😘

We’ll come back rejuvenated and refreshed and raring to go x

We all understand, but first pint is free next year, right?!

Who did these leaves? They were so magical.✨

Gutted....but look forward to seeing you all next year....😢😢😢

❤️

I had other plans for this summer but can't wait to be able to go to EOTR and Green Man again ❤️

This was our fallow year. Just bought our tickets for 2021 ❤

See you in 2021! It’ll be worth the wait

Thanks for being there for 2021.

It would have been my first EOTR festival and was so looking forward to it. The excitement and anticipation will last longer now. Can’t wait 😊

Happy to help you guys out...small sacrifice

We’ll be there in 2021 ❤️

Unfortunately due to my daughter starting secondary school when it is on next Seot I need to request a refund. How do I do this please? Thanks x

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