Nokia has kicked off its series of gigs (or Lumia Live sessions) in the UK. The events will consist of six sessions and feature acoustic performances from bands and artists chosen by La Blogotheque. The events will be supported by local talent at each location as well, further increasing the number of opportunities for new bands.
As noted above, Nokia has already started and the first location is Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol, with GhostPoet in the spotlight. Other artists (including Towers, pictured above) will also be present, making the night one to remember. Follow Nokia UK on Twitter for the coverage and check out the Nokia website for more details on upcoming gigs.
via: NokNok.tv; image by @RyoMurad
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Why are they doing this? As an announcement for something, or what?
Mainly brand awareness, marketing the "Lumia" name and getting young people involved.
O so its like advertising, that might work yes
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