San Diego Indie Music Fest III

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As of December 13, 2006, submit as a non-music performer ONLY.

Please note: The deadline has been extended for film entries ONLY. Submissions for musicians officially closed on December 12, 2006.

Say It Records and Champ Records present the third annual San Diego Indie Music Fest - California's first and only independent music festival. San Diego Indie Music Fest (SDIMF) is a celebration and revelation of the ever-growing and increasingly powerful indie music happening in Southern California.

The third annual event will be held on March 3, 2007 from noon to midnight and will feature over 50 artists on 6 stages. Artists will include everything from local buzz-makers to national indie icons and only independent artists (not signed to a major label) are eligible to play at SDIMF. Diversity reigns at this year's festival, with music ranging from rock to pop, R&B to hip-hop, salsa, spoken word, folk and more – all genres are not only welcomed but encouraged. This year’s submissions will be exclusively through Sonicbids. There may be compensation available for some artists.

Past headliners have included indie icons Veruca Salt, Jonatha Brooke, Julie Wolf (of Ani Difranco), and Erika Luckett. Potential headliners for 2007 include Michael Franti & Spearhead, Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), Todd Rundgren, Melissa Ferrick and many others.

The music is emphasized as a representation of why diversity is not simply to be 'tolerated' but rather to be celebrated as the crux of that which is remarkable in our community, and that which is crucial to a healthy, vibrant city where people of all types are important, recognized and valued.

Debuting in 2004, SDIMF made history as the only event of its kind in the entire country, dedicated to celebrating and advocating Indie music, art, business, culture and thought. Nearly tripling in size in its sophomore year in Nov. ’05 with over 2500 in attendance, SDIMF has become California's hottest and youngest event to grow this exponentially.