This year, the event has a new name - RedGorilla Music Fest - and has also partnered with the International Songwriting Competition (ISC) to produce an event that promotes up-and-coming independent music in all genres and to help independent artists further their careers.
Approximately 150 bands and solo artists will participate in shows in venues on 6th Street in Austin. RedGorilla showcases will take place from Wednesday, March 14 to Saturday, March 17 in clubs on 6th Street, right in the heart of all the action. The event continues to be a "No Badge Required" event. It is free to attend and is open to the general public.
RedGorilla Music Fest takes place during one of the most important music weeks in the year. This is the music industry's premier destination for the year, where thousands of fans and music industry professionals descend upon Austin to network and check out new talent at the various music festivals around town. RedGorilla Music Fest offers showcase slots to bands and solo artists so that they can take advantage of this excellent opportunity. RedGorilla Music Fest is all about showcasing and making it the best experience possible for the artist and the audience.
RedGorilla Music Fest is not affiliated in any way with SXSW or South By Southwest, Inc.
Want to perform at RedGorilla?
If you are an artist who is interested in showcasing your music at the 2007 RedGorilla Music Fest, don't wait! Slots are filling fast. We encourage artists from all over the world to showcase at RedGorilla, and we look forward to having you participate. All genres of music are accepted. You can either submit online through SonicBids. Just fill out an application and return it to RedGorilla along with your CD, a press kit or bio, and the entry fee. All entries must be postmarked on or before February 15, 2007.
Send your package to:
RedGorilla Music Fest
1307 Eastland Avenue
Nashville, TN, 37206
Click here for a printable entry form.
Other contact information
RedGorilla office: (615) 251-4920
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