PEG RECORDS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

In celebration of Pride Month, the Grammy Museum is officially relaunching its "Spotlight Saturdays" summer concert series with a PEG Records takeover.

Featuring performances by Bob the Drag Queen, Manila Luzon and Trinity the Tuck, the series kicks off 6/18 at 6pm as the first in-person programming on the museum’s new rooftop terrace, which will host up-and-coming artists via monthly label takeovers.

"Spotlight Saturdays" began virtually in 2020 through the museum’s streaming service, COLLECTION:live, with previous iterations boasting such artists as Olivia Rodrigo, Conan Gray, Kiana Ledé, Tate McRae and Lucky Daye.

Museum members can purchase tickets for $20. General admission and VIP meet-and-greets are also available here.

Distributed by ADA/Warner Music Group, PEG Records, which will be showcased in the HITS Pride special hitting desks next month, is a full-service label supporting LGBTQ+ artists.

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