Call for Submissions: Manitoba Music at Reeperbahn Festival, Hamburg, Germany | Deadline: May 12

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Manitoba Music at Reeperbahn Festival, Hamburg, Germany

4pm CST Thursday, May 12, 2011


Manitoba Music, in partnership with CIMA is presenting a showcase of Manitoba artists at the Canadian Blast at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Germany, September 22-24, 2011. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase for European and international music industry. Germany is an important market for Canadian artists touring in Europe and the Reeperbahn Festival is emerging as one of the most exciting festivals and conferences in the region. Manitoba Music will work directly with each selected artist to identify members of the industry they are interested in inviting.


The showcase will be a daytime event aimed at industry professionals. The showcase takes place as part of the Reeperbahn Campus (September 22-24), which participating artists and artist managers would be encouraged to attend.

To be considered for a showcase, you must:
  • Have a current or upcoming release (demo / EP / full-length)
  • Be export-ready (prepared to capitalize on international opportunities)
  • Have financial capacity to undertake travel and accommodations (Market Access Program Support is available but will not cover full costs, artists must also access additional support)
  • Be a Manitoba Music member
Submit by email to the following:
  • “Reeperbahn Showcase” in the subject line
  • A link to a site where your music can be heard
  • A rationale for how this showcase fits your development plan
  • Description of current team and an indication of which team members will attend the showcase
  • Current high resolution (300 dpi) image or link to where one can be downloaded
  • Short artist bio (approximately 200 words)
Submissions will be evaluated based on:
  • Music
  • Track record
  • Strength of team
  • Export readiness
  • Rationale for the showcase
For more info, please contact:
Sean McManus, Program Manager
Manitoba Music







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