Showcase on August 14-16, 2015

Songwriting & Performance Showcase 

$500 Grant Award!

  


All ages are welcome for the Amateur Songwriting Contest.  The theme of the song must be about Environmental Humanities as it relates to our local history.

Click Here to Read Guidelines -SONG MUST BE ABOUT OUR LOCAL HISTORY!  ALL OTHER ENTRIES WILL BE RETURNED. 
 
This is a completion of our Cal Humanities grant project.  Read more here.  Submissions are accepted from October 1, 2014 to July 30, 2015.  For more information and to enter the contest, click the Contest Entry Form and Contest Rules links below.

Entry Form & Rules


 

The songwriter or representative must perform for a live audience during the Center of the World Festival.  Songwriter gives limited license for this performance to be video recorded and posted on our YouTube Channel.

 

The songwriter performances are a "People's Choice" award. To vote, the audience member must be in attendance for the entire Sunday presentation.

 

The "People's Choice" winner will be awarded $500 grant!


For new On-line Submission option, click here for information.


Some Resources:

http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Ballad

https://garyewer.wordpress.com/tag/ballad/

http://www.secretsofsongwriting.com/prepurchase2.html




       

To clarify some confusion over the "donation" request: As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity, we are always seeking donations. However, there is not an entry fee for this competition. Donations are voluntary. All submissions are accepted without donations.

If you are submitting by mail, checks are accepted.

If you are submitting by e-mail, go here to make on-line donation: Events, Tickets, Donations


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