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The Regional Youth Music Awards 2016

Kizzy Morrell

Sunday, 11 December 2016 from 18:30 to 22:30 (GMT)

The Regional Youth Music Awards 2016

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
R.Y.M.A VIP Gold tickets £50 each, includes 3 course meal, champagne & after party. 23h 42m £50.00 £3.94
R.Y.M.A Silver tickets £20 each, includes After Party (food not included in this package) 23h 42m £20.00 £2.29
R.Y.M.A Exclusive table of 10 = £500 per table. includes 3 course meal, champagne and after party. 23h 42m £500.00 £24.44
Sponcor a young person to sit at the R.Y.M.A 23h 42m Enter donation (£)

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WELCOME TO THE 8th ANNUAL R.Y.M.A EXPERIENCE.

with all the glamour & glitz of the Brits.

Ms Kizzy Morrell and her dream team invite you and your friends to join us.

Sunday the 11th of December.
At the famous Passenger Shed. 
Brunel's Old Station, Station Approach, Temple Meads, Bristol BS1 6QH.

6:30PM to 1:00 AM GMT.

TO A RED CARPET AFFAIR

CELABRATING AND AWARDING OUR CITIES TALENTED YOUTH & CREATIVE YOUTH

FROM DIFFICULT BACKGROUNDS IN STYLE.

Delicious 3 Course meal.
Bottle of complimentary champagne for your table.

You and your friends will join Music industry veterans, international creative's, and communities, coming together to award and celebrate our creative our youth in style.

On the night.
Your hosts for the evening will be Bristol's power couple,

the delightful Pat Hart, Sherrie Eugene-Hart and Paul Clack

from BCFM Radio 

Order for the night.
Mingle/Network.
Introduction.
Nominees showcase.
R.Y.M.A Music industry Awards Ceremony.
Join in on the public vote for your favourite artists.
Winners Announcement + Performance.
We will then proceed to entertain you, with a spectacular fashion show.

Headline showcase of Bristols Alist Artists

Celestine | Joe Peng (Laid Blak) | Eva Lazerus | Da Fuchaman | Tany Lacey

and more

After Party with international DJ Troy "Da Hybrid" Brown. (Chicargo)
 
For offline VIP tickets contact: Victoria Tiley, 07920-027-417.

For PR contact Christina Robino, at Bud PR. 07974-093-091 christina@bud.uk.com  
For any other queries contact: Kizzy Morrell - info@regionalyouthmusicawards.com

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*Please Note: 
Smile for the camera. This event will be filmed and televised. We will have live radio interviews plus journalists as well as photographers on the night so please dress to impress.
 
* ALL the proceeds raised will be put back into supporting our gifted and talented youth, primarily, but not exclusively, from disadvantaged backgrounds, in a bid to use the application of music, the great common denominator, performance and the disciplines it affords including: social etiquette, so that our young ones are better equipped to develop their dreams and ambitions and in turn create a better future, whilst bringing some unity to the community.

Do you have questions about The Regional Youth Music Awards 2016? Contact Kizzy Morrell

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The Passenger Shed
Station Approach
BS1 6QH Bristol
United Kingdom

Sunday, 11 December 2016 from 18:30 to 22:30 (GMT)


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Organiser

Kizzy Morrell


Kizzy Morrell has been hailed as Bristol's DIVA and best-kept secret!

She's enjoyed an International career as a Jazz and Blues singer-songwriter, and lead vocalist and achieved major chart success with Pulse 8 Record label. .

Among many other artists, Kizzy has worked alongside:

• Take That
• Prince
• The Chi-Lites
• The Drifters

Recent reviews have described her voice as a "big, deep, rich and velvety, like chocolate." And Venue magazine praised her "passionate performance and great delivery..."

Today Kizzy enjoys her position as a radio broadcaster for Ujima Radio, promoting new music from Bristol and beyond, and showcasing some of the finest new artists to come out of Bristol and the US.

But Kizzy's big passion is her Studio 7 Urban Artists Development Project, a small voluntary organisation with a big attitude - established and growing since 2000.

Kizzy's life revolves around supporting young artists to overcome difficult backgrounds - and through music find a new lease of confidence and direction, away from drugs, violence and self-harm.

Using her experience and contacts from her long career in the music industry she works tirelessly as Artist Developer and promoter for all the young people who want to take their careers to the next step.

For this work she has received many awards - and is now up for an MBA- for her service to the local community.

For more information see:
WWW.STUDIO-7.ORG.UK

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