Sunday, 14 October 2012

[creative-radio] Folk on the Rocks Festival 2013 Submissions Now Ope

*Folk on the Rocks Festival 2013 Submissions Now Ope*n
Submissions to perform at the Folk on the Rocks 2013 music festival is now
open through Sonic Bids or by ground mail. Sorry, we can't accept email
If you are a performer, please consider applying to join us at next year's
festival. We look at all submissions while choosing the line-up. Deadlines
for submissions: southern artists: Jan. 15, 2013; northern artists: March
4, 2013.
If you are a northern performer please use Sonicbids or our Northern Application Form 2013.
If you are a southern performer please use Sonicbids or our Southern Application Form 2013.
For further information please contact Penny at (867)920-7806; email:; or by ground mail at Box 326,
Yellowknife, NT, X1A 2N3.
Northern Performers Definition
In determining whether a performer in considered to be "northern," Folk on
the Rocks will consider the following factors:
a) northern residency (Canadian): the artist lives (for at least two years)
or has lived (within the last five years) in the northern territories of
Canada (Yukon, NWT, Nunavut); or the northern parts of the provinces, where
people are culturally linked to the northern territories (eg. Nunavik and
Nunatsiavut (Labrador))
b) northern residency (international): the artist lives in or originally
comes from other northern countries/areas (Alaska, Greenland, Scandinavia,
c) authentically northern content: the artist's musical performance style
is culturally or linguistically linked to northern or aboriginal tradition
or culture

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