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Band SLAM - Melbourne Polytechnic's Heats for the National Campus Band Comp

Introducing Band SLAM – Melbourne Polytechnic's Heats for the National Campus Band Competition.

Register your band for free by clicking here.

 

This year, SLAM and Melbourne Polytechnic will run the National Campus Band Competition (NCBC).

The National Campus Band Competition is a Battle of the Bands style competitions, pitting students from Universities and TAFEs around Australia against each other for the chance to win $5,000 and a kick start to a successful career in music, including 3 days recording at Ginger Studios.

The NCBC has been running for over 25 years, with previous winners such as Eskimo Joe and Jebediah. Many Australian bands have had kicked off their careers through competing in the National Campus Band Comp and now is your chance.

Band SLAM is free for all Melbourne Polytechnic Students and will give you an opportunity to play LIVE at The Worker's Club (51 Brunswick St, Fitzroy).

A panel of esteemed judges from the music industry will judge your band on originality, musicianship, stage presentation, recording viability and audience response. The winner of Band SLAM will win 8 hours recording time at Audrey Studios and a place in the Victorian Finals to be held in September. 
 

BAND SLAM

Heat 1: Wednesday 3rd August – The Worker's Club, Fitzroy (Doors 6:30pm)

Heat 2: Wednesday 10th August – The Worker's Club, Fitzroy (Doors 6:30pm)

Register your band for free by clicking here.

Want to be in the crowd?

Students and general public are encouraged to come to the heats as audience members. Tickets are available for $5 at the door ($7 for general public). Food and drinks are available at regular prices from the bar. Get a few friends together, have a great night out and support your fellow students!

For further information about entry click here

To see judging criteria, click here

To see terms and conditions, click here



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