Want to Play on the Main Stage at Glastonbury 2013? (Competition)

Competition – Want to Play On the Main Stage at Glastonbury 2013?

So you are a singer? You are in a band? Think you’re pretty good right?  Well don’t waste your time on the X Factor, go right to the top.  Enter the competition for the chance to win a spot on the main stage at one of the main festivals in the world.  Think you’re up to it?  Then read on

Glastonbury Festival’s EMERGING TALENT COMPETITION 2013 is giving new, unsigned artists from the UK and Ireland the chance to compete for a main stage slot at this year’s Glastonbury. Acts from any musical genre can follow in the footsteps of previous ETC entrants, who include Stornoway, We Have Band, Golden Silvers, The Subways and the winners of the last contest, in 2011, Treetop Flyers.

Enter the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition

Enter the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition

Acts are able to enter FOR ONE WEEK ONLY from 9am on Thursday 17th January until 5pm on Thursday 24th January. Entries to ETC2013 are free. To enter, acts will simply need to supply Glastonbury HQ with a link to listen to one of their songs online (on YouTube, SoundCloud, Bandcamp, etc).

The entry form is on the official Glastonbury website: www.bit.ly/ETC2013

Once the entries are in, a panel of 40 of the UK’s best music bloggers will help compile a longlist of 120 acts. The longlist will then be whittled down to a shortlist of eight artists by judges including Glastonbury organisers Michael and Emily Eavis, before the live finals in Pilton in April decides the winning act.

If you enter, let us know and if you win, don’t forget to invite us.

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