The Red Brick Building, Morlands Enterprrise Park, Morland Road - BA6 9FT - Glastonbury - United Kingdom
Come along to the Final on May16th from 6.30pm
Glastonbury FM's Second songwriting competition. We are giving listeners from the South West a great opportunity to play some of the best festivals in the area and some other great prizes.
These are prizes that a national competition would offer and entries are limited to a 25 mile radius of Glastonbury, the span of acts we have on Thursday Live. We as a radio station are proud of our local music scene and pleased to be a part of it.
To play on the GFM Stage at this years Godney Gathering amongst a Stella line up of acts in this widely acclaimed one day music festival on a prime slot and a festival which will sell out
To play on the main Marquee Stage at the Farmfestival near Bruton alongside some great up and coming acts. The Farmfestival has a great reputation and sells out every year. You will have a great weekend and be part of a brilliant occasion.
To play The Otters Pocket Stage at The Sat in a Field Festival at Cheddar in a sell out festival with a growing reputation and a fantastic party atmosphere. This will be a top acoustic songwriters prize.
On all of the above festival prizes they include event passes for the acts.
A £50 Jaywalk Guitars Voucher. Street's premier music shop.
A great prize from Jelli Records who are a great promoter of the local music scene.
We will have a finals night at the amazing Bocabar Venue in Glastonbury on Saturday 16th May for you to perform your entry a great chance for all our finalists and they will also get a chance to play a session on Thursday Live our show which covers the local music scene presented by Ian Liversidge.
Entry on the night is £3
All entries into the competition will receive airplay on Glastonbury FM so it will make your entry worthwhile. All entry fees will help Glastonbury FM the community radio station for Glastonbury, Street and Wells to support the great people we have in our area. Glastonbury FM is a not for profit station and is run soley by volunteers.