Sunday 17th October will see the first Climate Music Blowout event in London. An afternoon of discussions considering how the UK music industry can respond to the climate emergency will precede an evening show featuring unique performances from a bespoke line-up, celebrating the power of music, and supporting the message that music can play a key role in creating a greener, fairer future.

Climate Music Blowout has been curated in partnership by Music Declares Emergency, Adapt and Bird On The Wire

EartH Hackney, 17.10.21
Doors 1pm

Climate Music Blowout will host a series of panels considering how record labels, the live music community, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and artists can play a part in continuing to green the music business and use their power to encourage action from fans.

Entry to the conference is FREE.

EartH Hackney, 17.10.21
Doors 7pm

Earth Kitchen, Hackney 13.11.21

To raise awareness for COP26, Adapt and Gaia’s Garden are bringing together an exciting lineup of artists & DJs with community and climate at the forefront. People will come together dance and if they chose to, comfortably learn about issues surrounding climate change & COP-26 through specific points around the space.

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