About the Event
A one-off live music event programmed by young people for young people. This jam packed event will feature: performances from our Young Producers, the incredible vocal talents of 303, and headliners inspirational Hip Hop act STAY HUNGRY. And along with our very special guest, this is will be a night to remember!
Tickets for Under 18’s £5 (excl. fees)
Generation Zero is part of Young Producers, a three-year project in partnership with Mentoring Plus developing young people’s skills in producing music events. Students from Ralph Allen School, Beechen Cliff School, Oldfield School and St Marks School are working with local artists to produce an event that brings the best underground musical talent to Bath.
Young Producers is funded by Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation & Coles Medlock Foundation
About the Artists
The evolution of inspirational Hip Hop is in the safe hands of STAY HUNGRY.
Their soon to be released EP proves the hype that surrounded them since they emerged onto the Bristol music and festival scene. Their signature style seamlessly combines Alex’s raw vocal style with Theo’s honest and flo-ectic rap. This is prominent throughout, from the dreamlike quality of the post dub-step track ‘Hunting Season’, to the stripped back acoustics of their namesake song ‘Stay Hungry’. With their natural sibling chemistry, their performances demonstrate a winning combination of energy, confidence and enthusiasm.
Three digits, three young women. Introducing: 303.
Formed on the 30th March 2017, which is the motivation behind the numeric name,
303 is a fierce new R&B group for the ages. Packing bundles of charisma, soul and
independence, they’re natural successors in the three-piece canon: think Destiny’s
Child or TLC, but British, and brand new.
Each member has their own individual character and personality, together their distinct voices and styles allow them to expertly fuse harmonies and looks together
whilst all remaining unique in their own way. Melting perfectly together, 303 are able
to create a timeless R&B sound; the feeling of the 2000s, to now.
Bristol born Singer Songwriter Tanya Lacey has had a career in the music industry that has spanned over a decade.
She has collaborated, featured on and written hit records for international artists including: Loick Essien, labrinth, Emeli Sande, Will.I.am, Naughty boy, matrix and Futurebound, Diztortion and Tori Kelly to name a few.
Tanya continues to write for herself and other artists projects whilst also hosting night club events (with all female collective “Supergurl”) tutoring at Universities, mentoring artists and leading writing workshops nationwide.