Troxy Wins NME Awards

After four years at the O2 Academy Brixton, the NME Awards 2013 moves to the 3,000 capacity Troxy, in partnership with music streaming service Spotify.

“I’m incredibly excited to be able to announce that the NME Awards 2013 will be held at The Troxy, one of London’s oldest, coolest and most iconic venues,” NME editor, Mike Williams, said. 

“It’s no secret that East London has been buzzing for a few years now, but with the afterglow of the Olympics still burning bright and a renewed sense of pride in all things British, now is the time for the NME
Awards, itself a British institution, to drop anchor in
one of London’s most richly historic and culturally
vibrant areas. Here’s to five months of intense
planning of the best awards event in the calendar!”

 

 

 

Troxy Wins NME Awards

After four years at the O2 Academy Brixton, the NME Awards 2013 moves to the 3,000 capacity Troxy, in partnership with music streaming service Spotify.

“I’m incredibly excited to be able to announce that the NME Awards 2013 will be held at The Troxy, one of London’s oldest, coolest and most iconic venues,” NME editor, Mike Williams, said. 

“It’s no secret that East London has been buzzing for a few years now, but with the afterglow of the Olympics still burning bright and a renewed sense of pride in all things British, now is the time for the NME
Awards, itself a British institution, to drop anchor in
one of London’s most richly historic and culturally
vibrant areas. Here’s to five months of intense
planning of the best awards event in the calendar!”