CIVL radio battle closes this week

University radio station running second annual band contest

Tomorrow is the final day to enter a popular music contest.

CIVL Radio 107.1 FM is getting ready to bring their second annual Battle of the Bands–Singer/Songwriter Edition to the university community, and beyond.

Solo singer/songwriters of all genres from across the Fraser Valley are encouraged to apply for the opportunity to share the stage with fellow solo artists and to perform for fans and industry professionals. Submissions close on Friday, Mar. 7, and battles start Monday, Mar. 17. Battle will be waged for four weeks at Aftermath at the University of the Fraser Valley.

Apply at www.civl.ca.

They’re also looking for judges to help choose three finalists. The lucky three will battle for one more night at the Abbotsford Heat game on April 11. The voting audience at the game will then choose the grand prize winner who will perform at the Abbotsford Arts Council’s Arty Awards on April 12, and receive industry prizes including three live videos from Tractorgrease Multimedia. The three finalists will also showcase at the Envision Financial Concert in the Park at Mill Lake.

To apply to be a judge, visit www.civl.ca. Submissions for judges also closes on March 7.

For more information contact #CIVLSSBattle Communications Coordinator at ssbattle@civl.ca.

 

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