She Shreds UK Tour: Belfast, London, and Beyond!
As part of our newly announced transition into She Shreds Media, we’re heading out on our first UK tour featuring the opening of a She Shreds gallery exhibit, panel discussion, workshop, and more!
That’s right—the Shreds UK tour is happening at the end of March, and we can hardly wait! Check out our events below to see if we’re coming to a city near you.
Guitar Spring Cleaning Workshop
Join Shannon D O’Neill, founder of Girls Rock School NI, and Holly Lennon, co-founder of Moondot Music, to learn how to ‘spring clean’ a range of guitars; from getting to know parts of the guitar, changing strings, how things are made, and how they work!
6:30 PM – 7 PM: Arrive and hang out!
7 PM – 7:30 PM: Introductions from Fabi Reyna (founder of She Shreds Media), Holly Lennon (co-founder of Moondot Music), and Shannon D. O’Neill (Girls Rock School NI founder, performer, and guitar instructor).
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM: Guitar Spring Cleaning Workshop
Bar and cafe will be open for purchasing food and beverages.
She Shreds x Naughton Gallery Opening & Exhibit
When: April 2 – May 31st, 2020 | Opening: April 2
Where: The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s University – Belfast, UK
Join us for the opening of The Radical Notion of Women in Music, a ten- year retrospective of women in music through the lens of the world’s first and only print publication dedicated to women guitarists and bassists, She Shreds Magazine.
She Shreds x Marshall Present: State of the Industry Panel Discussion at Bird On The Wire’s Birthday
State of the Industry: A Deep Dive into Representation Across Music Avenues and Why It Matters
During this 45-minute panel hosted by She Shreds founder, Fabi Reyna, we invite a conversation between members of the UK music industry. In this conversation, we seek to analyze the action of representation in media, venues, and festivals as well as point to major challenges that musicians, promoters, journalists, and others face as we seek solutions to topics of inclusivity, accessibility, and opportunity.
The panel discussion, which is co-presented by Marshall, is part of a whole day celebrating Bird On The Wire’s birthday, featuring performances by Drug Store Romeos, KEYAH/BLU, Norman Band, Porridge Radio, and Reyna Tropical.
Writer and journalist, guitarist in Big Joanie, organizer and curator of Decolonize Fest.
Maxie Gedge of the PRS Foundation
Tickets: £10 – buy tickets here.