Network Rail, Found in Music and Leeds Beckett University are delighted to present Busk in Stations.

Busk in Stations is a national initiative born out of the long-running success of Busk in London, established by Found in Music. 

Busk in Stations is set up to support emerging and talented musicians from across the UK by offering busking performance opportunities in some of the UK's most exciting and busiest train stations.

Listening to live music is the lifeblood of society, and busking is an integral part of many musicians' lives. A space to develop audiences, hone skills, try out new material, spread joy and help performers earn that extra income.

We are looking for talented musicians to apply to Busk in Stations. 
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We are looking for solo musicians, or duo acts to be part of this exciting new scheme. You must be:

  • Aged 18 and above when you apply; otherwise, 16+ and you will need permission from a parent or legal guardian. 

  • Residents of the UK and those with the right to work in the UK. Performers accepted into the scheme must demonstrate proof of public liability insurance. 

  • A solo musician or a duo act - sorry no bands, no drum kits - a cajon is acceptable.

  • Ability to perform without plugging into mains (e.g., using a battery-powered amp or performing acoustically). Please note that all battery-powered equipment must run from dry batteries.

  • Happy to perform in a transport setting with no fixed audience, delighting customers in an operational station environment.

All genres, including classical, jazz, world music, pop and R&B, are welcome.

Station: Leeds City