Whether we're funding new music, championing established artists, or helping our members, we're here to support the future of music and its makers.
PRS for Music Presents intimate performances, new voices, firm favourites, unique sounds. Our regular member performances are a popular fixture in our events calendar.
These events promote the established and the emerging, showcasing talent in small-scale venues. We've had performances from Rag 'n' Bone Man, Lady Leshurr, Tom Walker, Idles, Black Midi, Novelist and many more.
PRS for Music Heritage Awards
Since 2009, the PRS for Music Heritage Awards have celebrated the genesis of icons in local, live music venues.
This annual accolade is given to UK venues that have played a crucial role in helping to create music history, giving now-famous acts their first-ever gig and helping them on their way to success.
Supporting music creators since 2000, the PRS Foundation is the UK’s leading funder of new music and talent development across all genres. They support an exceptional range of new music activity and have invested more than £23.6 million in over 5,300 new music initiatives.
The PRS Members' Fund supports members and their dependents, offering financial support and advice in times of need. In 2016 they shared £351,273, making a real difference for many members.
Education and outreach
Our team of experts work across the UK to raise awareness of PRS for Music and how we work, helping music creators to understand the industry and develop their careers.