ID&C provides wristbands for this year's Brit Awards
Musicians, celebrities and guests will all be wearing wristbands supplied by ID&C for another year at the annual Brit Awards this week.
Founded in 1995, ID&C's wristbands are used across some of the biggest festivals, live music and sporting events around the world. They are also responsible for supplying some of the most renowned award ceremonies including the Q Awards, Mojos and The Grammys.
The awards ceremony will be held at London’s O2 Arena with the likes of Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, Sam Smith, Rag'n'Bone Man, Jess Glynne and Hugh Jackman all part of the lineup.
Craig Bennett is head of growth at ID&C. He said: “We’re huge music fans here at ID&C, so working with such a well-respected brand that is steeped in music culture is a great thing.
“The team at The Brit Awards are always a pleasure to work with and we’ve found the perfect synergy in working together on this annual event.
“The Brit Awards is always a fun show with great live music.
“Our wristbands do their task of controlling access and identifying the different attendee types, from artists and celebrities to staff and press.“Everyone at The Brits wears a wristband or one of our laminate passes”
Jess Glynne, Anne-Marie, Lily Allen, Jorja Smith and Florence & The Machine will all go head-to-head for British Female Solo Artist.
George Ezra, Sam Smith, Craig David, Aphex Twin and Giggs have all been given a nod for British Male Solo Artist.
Ezra is also up for British Album of the Year for Staying At Tamara's alongside The 1975, Anne-Marie, Florence and the Machine and Jorja Smith.
Watch The Brit Awards 2019 tonight on ITV from 8pm!