- DateFriday 23rd Feb '24
- Time7:30pm to 10:00pm
- WhereChapel FM Arts Centre Map
This event has finished so tickets are no longer available.
- Accessible car-parking
- Induction Loop available
- Wheelchair access
* Other Access Details available on request
Got a new instrument over the holidays? Want to try your new selection of poetry, juggle on live radio? Come down to the Chapel FM
Technical Information and the small (but important) print
We are delighted at the success of the Chapel FM open mic nights and the talented and diverse range of performers that it brings. Given this success, we are exploring ways of improving the efficiency of setting up acts and avoiding people being disappointed by not being able to perform or in having the night run into the early hours.
Chapel FM is a community arts centre which encourages people from all backgrounds and age groups to enjoy what we have to offer. As a result, it is likely that we will reserve some of the earlier performance slots for our younger performers. Therefore performance slots are not strictly allocated on a first come, first served basis.
In order to ensure that you have the opportunity to perform, please ensure that you arrive at the centre by 7pm on open mic night and give your name/details to the host and get a ticket in advance.
We have a range of backline equipment and cables and will supply the following:
1 Drum Kit (bring own breakables)
1 Marshall or Orange electric guitar amplifier
1 Fender bass guitar amplifier
1 Korg or Yamaha keyboard
All necessary audio cables
2 microphones for singing, rap, poetry or spoken word
Therefore, all you need to bring is your own instrument (except keyboards which will be supplied if required).
We can support a maximum of two acoustic instruments, two electro-acoustic instruments, one electric guitar, one keyboard and two singers/poets during a single performance. We also ask that each act is limited to two songs or a performance of no more than 8 minutes.
For karaoke performances, please provide your backing tracks on a USB memory stick or tell the host the exact details of the backing track as it is listed online.