New date and venue announced for Northamptonshire Local Music Awards

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The Northamptonshire Local Music Awards will now take place at Charles Bradlaugh.

A new time and venue have been revealed for the first Northamptonshire Local Music Awards.

The event was due to take place earlier this year at the Deco Theater but will now be held at Charles Bradlaugh in Northampton on Monday December 12.

More than 2,500 people nominated musicians and venues in 14 categories earlier this year after the launch of the event which organizers hope will become an annual date on the music calendar.

There will also be an award for Outstanding Contribution to Local Music which will be decided independently by the organizers and awarded to someone who has done their best to support Northamptonshire’s music scene. The ceremony was originally due to take place in September but was postponed following the Queen’s death and the ensuing period of national mourning.

The move to the Charles Bradlaugh follows a previously postponed date in November.

In a statement, organizers said the venue change was “due to reasons beyond our control” and thanked everyone who supported the event and The Deco staff.

The Northamptonshire Local Music Awards at Charles Bradlaugh will take place from 7.30pm to 10pm.

Tickets are on sale now and cost £10 before fees.

The categories of pre-selected acts and prices are as follows:

Tragic – Disgraced Gentlemen

Afreine – Plans to be loved

Deanne Dexter – Blind Eye

Sarpa Salpa – A Feeling You Can’t Replace

Maddox Jones – Believe It

Tu-Kay & Ryan – Passage of Time

Flash Peasants – 3 day week

RAP/GRIME/HIP-HOP ARTIST OF THE YEAR

INDIE/ROCK/ALTERNATIVE ARTIST OF THE YEAR

R&B/JAZZ/BLUES ARTIST OF THE YEAR

ACOUSTIC FOLK ARTIST OF THE YEAR

ARTISTS OF THE YEAR COVER

Honey Honey – ABBA Tribute

LOCAL MUSIC VENUE OF THE YEAR

The Old Grocery Espresso Bar

LIVE EVENT OR INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Peace Concert for Ukraine (Spinadisc)

SPECIALTY MUSIC SHOW OR PODCAST OF THE YEAR

Shoetown Sounds (NLive Radio)

The Scratched Record Podcast

The Urban Show (Radio Revolution)

Jason D Lewis, Inspiration FM

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