Win the chance to open for Paolo Nutini at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay
Want your band to open for Paolo Nutini at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay?
A very special competition has just been launched which will see the winner opening for Paolo Nutini on either the Night Afore Concert on the 30th December or the Concert in the Gardens on the 31st of October. They’re looking for an unsigned band from anywhere in Scotland (which obviously includes Dumfries & Galloway, so if you’re interested you should definitely give it a go!). Two winners will be selected by an online public vote made up of 5 finalists. The shortlisted bands that will go onto the public vote stage will be selected by Paolo Nutini himself.
The winner shall receive:
• A 15-20min opening slot at one of the headline Paolo Nutini shows at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay
• An artist pass and ticket for one (1) guest each who must be at least eighteen (18) years old.
• £250 per band to cover expenses to attend the show.
Entries close on Friday 25 November at 5pm. Your band MUST be available to play on Fri 30 Dec AND Sat 31 Dec. Each winner will only play one of the shows. All band members must be over the age of 18.
The competition is being presented by Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, Forth 1 and The List.
To enter your band into Hog the Stage, simply send the below info to:
The information must be sent before 5pm, Friday 25 November. The online public vote will begin on Monday 5 December.
Here’s the information they need:
– Send us one MP4 audio file of your best track. This is your big chance, make it a belter!
– Send us a link to where we can hear more of your music. Soundcloud, YouTube, Bandcamp etc, whatever best presents your music and performance
– Tell us about your band in 100 words or less. Who are you and why should you open for Paolo Nutini?
– Send us a photo of yourselves. Please send a jpeg file between 50kb and 2mb
– If your band has social media accounts, let us know where we can find you
– Please provide a contact telephone number so we can contact you if selected for the online vote
For further details you can check out the full article on The List website.