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Festivals in UK , for applying

skarpi 20 Jun 09 - 06:50 PM
jeddy 20 Jun 09 - 08:35 PM
Andy Jackson 20 Jun 09 - 08:56 PM
Suegorgeous 21 Jun 09 - 05:35 PM
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Subject: Festivals in UK , for applying
From: skarpi
Date: 20 Jun 09 - 06:50 PM

Hallo all ,

how many mudcatters in UK have their festivals , or but their hands on it ?

and what festival would be good to apply for , for a Icelandic
folk croup " Our Rose " .
New cd coming soon .

thanks Skarpi Iceland


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Subject: RE: Festivals in UK , for applying
From: jeddy
Date: 20 Jun 09 - 08:35 PM

have a look at froots for up and coming festies then phone the management phone number.

i would recommend shrewsbury,stainsby and southwell folk festivals but it might be worth emailing or calling most of them to send them some of your' stuff. good luck!!

take care

jade x x


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Subject: RE: Festivals in UK , for applying
From: Andy Jackson
Date: 20 Jun 09 - 08:56 PM

Pop a few sample tracks on a website. You must know someone with a bit of spare space or set up your own of course. A basic site is all you need. Then post links on Mudcat and email the link to any festival you fancy. A follow up email address to contact you obviously.
Most, if not all, Festival Organisers use the web extensively these days so think seriously about creating a good looking web site for yourself.

Look at Folk Arts England for the Association of Festival Organisers. Many Festivals are listed there.

Good Luck


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Subject: RE: Festivals in UK , for applying
From: Suegorgeous
Date: 21 Jun 09 - 05:35 PM

Skarpi

Didn't quite understand your first line - are you looking to play at festivals?

Create yourself a Myspace page and put some tracks on there - it's dead easy, and that's how most people link to their music. Then email festivals with a link to your page.

But be warned - many festivals book their bands during the autumn/winter, and most will have their full lineups by now.

Best of luck


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