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Get Stagebound to play Southbound

14 Oct

Would you like to be jamming on the Big Top Stage at Southbound 2015? Stagebound is getting a makeover, and looking for interested artists/bands who have been working hard and making waves in the WA music scene. YOU could have the opportunity to be jamming alongside the likes of WA’s own John Butler Trio plus SBTRKT, Alison Wonderland, Bluejuice and many more amazing artists (full line-up here).

Giving a helping hand are The Music, X-Press Magazine and Pilerats  who will be selecting the 3 finalists and each media outlet will pick one finalist to promote for the month of November. Once the votes are tallied the overall winner of Stagebound will open the Big Top Stage on Saturday 3 January.

If you would like your band to be considered as a finalist for Stagebound 2015, please email [email protected] the following information:
• Your Act/Band Name • SHORT Bio (under 250 words, as a word doc) • 1 x Promo Photo (1MB in size or thereabouts)
• Link to all social media mediums (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) • Your preferred Youtube clip or track • Contact name, email and mobile number for yourself or one representative of
your band • Optional – link/s to Soundcloud, Youtube Channel, Triple J Unearthed etc
Applications are due by 11.59pm WST, Friday October 24th    2014. The 3 finalists will be required for a showcase performance one night (TBC) in November. The overall winner will be required to perform on Saturday January 3rd  2015.

If you want to have a say in who deserves a spot on the 2015 Southbound bill, you can!  Just by voting you go in the running to win a double Happy Camper pass to Southbound 2015! Note that you can only vote once, so be sure to make yours count!

Voting opens on Monday November 3rd 2014. Happy voting!

More info here.

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.