The One Man Band Festival 2014

Posted by:  One Man Band Festival  | When:  –  | Where: Montréal, Quebec, CAN

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Summary

The One Man Band Festival (Festival d'Homme Orchestre) is a unique new music festival that celebrates and showcases the talents and creativity of one-man/woman band musicians and performers the likes of loop artists, singer songwriters, djs, and other forms of solo performers. For reasons of feasibility, creative expression, financial limitations and technological advancements in music production, artists today are finding new ways to express their output by recording, touring and performing alone. This festival aims to showcase their talents and support the one man/woman band phenomenon!

Already in its 3rd year, the festival has grown to accommodate nearly 100 one man and one woman bands in Montreal, Canada, USA, UK, France, Portugal, Japan, and has been the subject of several features including BBC documentary. The Festival is taking its place to become one of the most unique music festivals in Montreal and around the world.

All applicants shall be available to perform in Montreal from May 15th to 18th of May 2014. Only artists that are able to play solo will be considered for the One Man Band Festival. Selected applicants shall not give concerts of any kind, including opening gigs, booked anywhere in Montreal between April 15th and June 20th 2014. Preference will be given to applicants who can provide a video of their live performance (EPK, YouTube, Vimeo, etc). All selected artists will be chosen through voting system by One Man Band Festival's review panel. Applicants can request feedback from the Festival for their submission to be returned under no time limit constraints.

The Gig

Compensation
Negotiated upon booking.

Application Criteria

  • Front person gender requirement: Male

Terms And Conditions

Only artists that are able to play solo will be considered for the One Man Band Festival.