Creator Awards | Battersea Evolution London  | Thu 14th September 2017 Lineup

Creator Awards

Battersea Evolution in London

Thursday 14th September 2017

5:00pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

WeWork to host UK Creator Awards in celebration of innovation and enterprise with performances from top UK artists

 
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Creator Awards on Thursday 14th September 2017

The Creator Awards is the culmination of a year long effort by WeWork to recognise and reward the positive impact made by the UK's creative community. Hosted by Reggie Yates and Carly Wilford, the free event will give attendees an exclusive chance to get tips from pioneers in the creative industry as well as treat them to performances from the biggest names in music, including Annie Mac.

Following on from We, The Creators, the successful summer series which included guest speakers such as Henry Holland and Jamal Edwards MBE, the Creator Awards will see £1.5 million worth of grants awarded to aspiring UK artists and innovators of tomorrow.

The evening will consist of a series of masterclasses in the lead up to the award ceremony. The masterclasses, titled 'Designing Yourself', 'Finding Success in Mentorship' and 'The Rise of the Creative Class', will feature expert panellists such as Grace Dent, Estelle, Dave Burt and Dumi Oburota (Tinie Tempah's manager). With free cocktails, free food and performances from music icons such as Annie Mac, the night promises to be a show-stopper.

See here for more information and to RSVP to the Creator Awards: https://creatorawardslondon.splashthat.com

Music Genres: 

Grime, Hip Hop, Pop, Tech House

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