Union Square draws up the battle lines!

News: 21st June 2010 by Louise Dodgson under Live

Have you got what it takes to make it in the music industry? Are you a solo singer or a band in desperate need of a break?

Leading hospitality company Inc Group is delighted to announce the launch of Battle of the Bands, an exciting new platform for artists to showcase their talent.

Battle of the Bands will take place this summer at Union Square, Inc Group’s flagship restaurant and bar at the O2 Arena.

The competition is open to all types of music, from soul to indie and punk to pop.

During early August, Union Square will host music genre specific nights where the audience will judge the contestants.  The best will go through to the second round where they will be whittled down to just two bands or acts judged by a panel of comprising influential movers and shakers from AEG, local celebrities and the media. The last men – or women – standing will then battle it out for supremacy.

The winner will receive an amazing £1,000 to be spent on a professional recording session.

Solo artists and groups are invited to submit their entries by 30 June. All performers must be over the age of 18. 

Union Square is an exciting culinary offering that combines a fabulous array of Old Western memorabilia, a great menu including delicious home-made burgers and mouth-watering steaks and the most extensive wine list to be found anywhere in the O2 arena.

Union Square is open seven days a week: the bar from midday to midnight and the restaurant from midday to 9pm.

Union Square, 02, Entertainment Ave, London, SE10 ODX
For further information please contact Ruthe @ Marshmallow Media
07970 819944 or [email protected]

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