BanksNotes: A New York institution, the annual Barclaysnotes event, is bringing together some of the most sought-after names in music to unveil the latest music, the biggest hits, the best and the worst from the past three years.
In its second year, this year’s event was a hit, as attendees were treated to a collection of some of their favorite artists from the years that followed, as well as new releases and the best-performing artists of all time.
The first Barclaysnotes, held in 2015, drew an estimated 100,000 attendees, and was the biggest-ever event to feature the Barclaysnotes lineup.
As the Barclays notes program is a collaborative effort between Barclays and the music industry, it has taken a unique approach to the event.
The Barclaysnotes team consists of five key individuals, including artist managers, record labels, publishers and labels.
These artists and labels work together to plan the event, and each artist’s Barclaysnotes artist team is tasked with organizing the event to coincide with the artists’ respective album releases.
Barclaysnotes also works with a wide range of other music and entertainment companies to ensure the event takes place in a manner that works for them.
The event is currently in its fifth year, and it is expected to return in 2021.
The artists participating in Barclaysnotes are: The Warlocks, Aloe Blacc, The Killers, The Prodigy, The Smiths, The Weeknd, Katy Perry, Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, The xx, The Cure, The Beach Boys, Elton John, Queen Latifah, and The Roots.
The event, which takes place on Saturday, March 11 at the Barclays Plaza in New York City, will be the third time Barclaysnotes has held a music festival, and the first time it has partnered with the music world.
In 2018, the event will also include a music-related exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum called “Masters of the Modern Music Scene.”