Warm up your vocal cords, dust the cobwebs off your drums and give your stage persona a refresh as Battle of the Bands is back.
From guitar-playing rockers, to DJs and soloists, the event – which is part of MAD Week – is for people from all walks of marketing, advertising and creative industries to perform and battle it out to take the title of ‘top’ band of the media world in 2014.
Entries are now open so why not make your mums, and more importantly, your CEO’s proud by standing up in front of your peers and competing in MAD Week Battle of the Bands 2014.
Your colleagues and a line-up of music industry experts will be the judges, with some top prizes on offer for the best artists, including a day at a professional recording studio for the overall winner.
Winner of last year’s competition, Mindshare’s Lisa Warinto (aka ‘Hot Lisa’), said singing on the Battle of the Bands’ stage was a “big confidence booster” and an experience that allows the industry’s “slashes” to embrace their creative side.
So stand up and answer the call – it’s time to let your creativity (and your talent) shine!
For more on Warinto’s experience and what it was like to sing into a $10,000 microphone as part of her recording session prize click here.
For more information about the competition terms and conditions and how to enter, visit www.madweek.com.au/battle-bands
Entries close 5pm Wednesday, April 30.
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