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Music Events (more headlines) 03-10-2014

Planetrox China 2014 - It's Happening Again! Sending Musicians To Canada!

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Website: http://undergroundhk.com/planetrox-2014/
Ever dreamed of taking your music beyond Hong Kong and spreading it across the world like Shotgun Politics? If you're looking for your big break, this might just be it. For our fourth year now, the Underground HK is bringing to you PlanetRox China, the regional stop of a global contest that seeks to gather the best bands from around the world and take them to their stage in Quebec. There, they'll be playing at the Envol et Macadam, an established alternative music festival that's been kicking around for 19 years now!

“Planetrox was probably the best thing to happen to our band. The opportunity to travel to another part of the world and play your music at a festival with your best friends is an experience that cannot be underestimated. When all of us first picked up our instruments as frustrated teenagers, we would play make believe of playing massive concerts. Anybody in a band who tells you otherwise is lying!" - Shotgun Politics, Winners of PlanetRox 2013

The competition is a great opportunity for you to share the stage with other budding international stars, and showcase your music to over 10,000 fans and industry professionals. Amongst some of the bands who have played at Envol et Macadam are Sum 41, As I Lay Dying, NOFX, Metric, and local bands Noughts and Exes and Turtle Giant.

Oh, and did we mention that the cost of playing at the festival is fully funded? The winning band will not only receive round-trip tickets courtesy of the festival organisers, but also 4-star accommodation for their gear to sleep in (because, you know, there's partying to do, who needs sleep?). Not to mention, the winning band will have their faces plastered all over the place as part of the festival's promotion, and free entry to every stage at the festival!

Entries are now open; the deadline for bands to apply is 3rd April, 2014. Check out http://www.envoletmacadam.com/en/planetrox/china/
for more details and register online on planetrox.ca.

""We were almost expecting someone to violently shake us awake from sleep - right until the moment the lights brightened on the stage and we looked out to just under 10,000 people looking back to us to see what kind of music 4 regular dudes from Hong Kong would make." Shotgun Politics, Winners of PlanetRox 2013

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