House of Blues Showcase at 2012 Florida Music Festival

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***Submissions close Monday, March 12 at 5pm EST***

The Florida Music Festival and HOUSE OF BLUES Orlando are excited to welcome the top performers from the HOUSE OF BLUES 'Orlando Rocks' local music series to showcase at FMF2012! Submit for a chance to perform Wall St Mainstage II presented by HOUSE OF BLUES on April 21st in Downtown Orlando during the Florida Music Festival. This exclusive performance will be one of the preferred locations for all the attending industry, and offer you exposure to the who's who of the FMF attendees. All artists that have previously applied for FMF2012 consideration will also be considered for this exclusive showcase.

The 2012 Florida Music Festival welcomes musicians of all genres to submit for a chance to perform at the 11th Anniversary of the Florida Music Festival. Coming April 19-21, 2012, FMF showcases more than 250 bands on 15 different stages, including past headliners like JJ Grey & Mofro, Minus the Bear, Less Than Jake, Anberlin, Buckcherry, Flogging Molly, Third Eye Blind, Pras, Rusted Root, Everclear, Yellowman, Easy Star Allstars, Better Than Ezra, members of Matchbox Twenty, Creed and many more.

Over a span of more than decade, the Florida Music Festival has helped gain industry exposure for then great unsigned artists like Taylor Swift, Flyleaf, Manchester Orchestra, Black Tide, The Academy Is, and There For Tomorrow to the who’s who of the music industry, and thousands of music fans in Downtown Orlando.

In addition to the festival, FMF also includes a conference component that invites top players in the Music Industry to share success stories & tips, take part in panels and participate at workshops throughout the duration of the festival. FMF 2012 is a chance to further careers as an artist or industry representative. All submitting artists will receive passes to the Industry Conference that usually can cost up to $150 (performing artists receive one pass per member/Non-Performing artists receive two passes total).