MTV Music Week
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MTV is returning to Plymouth for a sixth consecutive year and taking over Britain's Ocean City for a week of exciting events!

MTV Music Week comprises a number of music related events taking place across Plymouth, celebrating all things music and how this has impacted art, technology, social media and everything in between.

With daytime events (MTV Breaks) covering a whole host of free panel talks, workshops and exclusive artist interviews, and evening events (MTV Presents, MTV PUSH Live, Club MTV and Yo! MTV Raps) featuring some of the hottest acts around right now, there is something for everyone during the week.

Visit the MTV Music Week website for full details

The University of Plymouth and its Students' Union (UPSU) are delighted to host the following events on campus:

Thursday 6 June (11:00-12:30 | venue: Students' Union) - BOSS WOMEN

A discussion with top female creatives who are making waves in the industry - Amy Collins, Kerry Taylor, Sarah Gosling, Tinea Taylor and more to be announced!

Thursday 6 June (13:00-14:30 | venue: Students' Union) - SOCIAL INFLUENCERS

Leading social media influencers review how they grew their following and established their brands. Panellists include Carl Smith, Charlie Martin, Chloe Ferry, Sam Gowland and Tessa Durkin. Hosted by Jack Saunders.

Thursday 6 June (16:30-18:00 | venue: Students' Union) - IN CONVERSATION WITH... YUNGBLUD

Hear from the electrifying Yungblud, who's leading the way for anti-conformity and injecting an unruly vitality into the musical landscape. Hosted by Jack Saunders.

Friday 7 June (11:00-12:30 | venue: The House) - INCLUSION AND ACCESSIBILITY

Hear from key players who are championing inclusivity within the creative industries. Heather Baron-Gracie, Sarah Baldwin and more to be announced!




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