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We have a special treat in store for day two of Wide Days.

Delegates will quite literally be invited to take to the stage – for lunch. Following a guided coach tour, complete with a fresh air interlude, guests will visit Edinburgh’s iconic Usher Hall.

An ‘in-conversation’ and networking lunch will take place on the venue’s stage. And as befits a building bequeathed by a pioneering distiller, we will host a whisky tasting in the dressing room. 


Keynote Interview - Julie Weir (Music For Nations / Sony Music)

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Julie Weir has enjoyed a diverse career path to her current role label head at Sony Music imprint, Music For Nations. Setting out to foster emerging British rock and metal talent she founded the Visible Noise record company in 1998, going on to establish Wiseblood Management and the Subverse all-ages rock club. Best known for working with Bullet for My Valentine, Lostprophets and Bring me the Horizon, she looks back over more than 20 years in the business which have included retail, merchandise, management, music supervision and working for black metal label Cacophonous Records, best known as the home of Cradle Of Filth and Dimmu Borgir. Read Julie's biography.