“It is with great regret that we have decided to postpone our highly-anticipated ceremony. Right now our number one priority is the health and safety of our guests and like many other charitable organisations we have had to make the difficult decision to reschedule the ceremony until a more suitable time. We are incredibly grateful to Grosvenor House for their ongoing support and for hosting us each year. We look forward to announcing the recipient and celebrating at next year’s ceremony.”
David Munns OBE, chairman of the MITS Award committee
At this time the MITS Awards charities, the BRIT Trust and Nordoff Robbins, need support more than ever. The ceremony is one of the largest fundraisers in their calendar and any donations are welcome.


The Music Industry Trusts Award has so far raised over £6.5 million for two very deserving charities:


The BRIT Trust’s main commitment is to The BRIT School in Croydon, the only non-fee paying Performing Arts School in the UK.

Nordoff Robbins is a music therapy charity, dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults.


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Richard and Harry

Our 28th year honoured Richard Griffiths and Harry Magee in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the music industry.

Read what David Munns OBE says.

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David Munns OBE, chairman of the MITS Award committee

We are delighted tonight to honour Richard Griffiths and Harry Magee, founders of Modest! Management with the Music Industry Trusts Award for 2019. Honouring two artist managers is a first for the MITS and we’re proud for them both to join the illustrious recipients list.


The Music Industry Trusts Award has established itself as one of the true benchmarks of achievement and generosity in the British music business.

“The award night is
a highlight of the
show-business calendar.”

Looking back

Take a look back over the last 27 years of awards.

The event has been held in the grand surroundings of The Grosvenor House Hotel in London since its creation in 1992, and now attracts more than 1,000 guests each year.