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Want to go to CMJ?

By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Sep 27, 2010 at 07:29 PM

Brace yourselves: WVUM has 2 CMJ badges to give away!

CMJ is the College Music Journal's five day music festival held throughout New York City. The event brings together an extensive list of heavy players in the music industry to network, perform, and exhibit. This year's event will be held from October 19-23. During the day, panel discussions are held throughout the NYU campus, in which leaders in the music industry give you their take on current situations and their thoughts about where the music industry is headed, At night, everyone and their mom performs.

This year, the lineup so far includes: Phoenix, Four Tet, Ghostface Killah, Dan Black, Acid Washed, Baths, Salem, Beach Fossils, Matthew Dear, the Blow, Drop the Lime, Fenech-Soler, GZA, The Golden Filter, School of Seven Bells, Brahms and Small Black, Holy Ghost!, Surfer Blood, UNKLE, Wild Nothing, and about 200 other artists

 

How do I win?

We are looking for the best review of any music event from the past year. Participants do not have to live in the Miami area. Entries should be between 300-600 words. The winning entry will receive two general admission CMJ badges (valued at $495). AIR FARE AND HOTEL STAY IS NOT INCLUDED. The winning submission will be posted on wvum.org. By entering this contest you are allowing us to post your review on our site.

Please send entries to cmj@wvum.org by 4pm, Monday, October 4th. Any other inquiries are to be directed to pr@wvum.org.









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