Who’s looking forward to The Brit Awards next Wednesday?
It’s going to be an interesting event this year with so many amazing artists in attendance. If you’ve been on our twitter page lately, you’ll have noticed we have been retweeting a lot of music announcements, from festival line-ups to Brit nominees and performers, but in case you missed it, here’s a quick look at the artists performing on the night.
Performing for the first time at the Brits, Calvin Harris is to perform with none other than Dua Lipa, Sam Smith and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man.
While he is performing, George Ezra is also up for three awards: British Male Solo Artist, Mastercard British Album of the Year and British Single. We wonder which song he’ll sing on the night since all of his songs have been a hit so far?
The Brit Awards are a far cry from the X-Factor, but so now are these ladies. With Brit awards already under their belt, the group are up for two more this year.
Anyone remember when audiences at home thought the video effects that went with The 1975’s last performance was an accident and not a deliberate act which linked to their music video? (Yeah, hopefully that won’t happen again).
The above is just a handful of the performers, more Brit Award news can be found on our twitter profile. Why are we so interested? Well, apart from the obvious – that we like to share relevant news with our customers, followers and fellow event professionals – we also have a personal interest in the nominees and performers. You see, we’re going to let you in on a little secret… While we can’t name names, we have provided wristbands for some of the nominees’ past and future concerts which may have been on your wrists or going to be in the near future. Grabbed your interest? Good. But we still won’t reveal the artists!
If they’re good enough for nominated artists, then they’re good enough for me…
While we won’t name names, we can reveal that the majority of concert wristbands are woven fabric wristbands, with some even being 25mm silicone wristband bracelets, and the majority of artist bands include lurex (glitter) yarn in their fabric wristbands. All of which you yourself can have on your own personalised wristbands, event wristbands or party wristbands.