Applications now open for bands wanting to showcase at Singapore’s Music Matters

Applications are now open for Music Matters 2017 in Singapore. Following on from another hugely successful event held last year, the event is back for its 12th year, with artists from the world over being provided a global platform to perform and also network in the Asia region.

Music Matters is held during the week of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix too as part of the wider All That Matters conference, so the opportunity to perform in a territory at a time where quite literally, all eyes are on the city, has never been more applicable.

It’s one of the biggest weeks on the Asian calendar and we encourage bands and solo musicians to be a part of it – with two days of live showcases open to the public and three nights of industry-only showcases, the festival is a prime one. The success rate is also impressive, with many previous Music Matters artists going on to perform at international festivals including Hong Kong’s Clockenflap.

All showcase artists will be given complimentary access to all other tracks of the All That Matters conference too – get involved by visiting and applying before May 26th.

Music Matters runs from September 9th – 13th.


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