Submissions Open for 2013 NXNE

What better time to start thinking about next summer just as the last bits of this one fade away?  From the press release:

After the most successful year yet, NXNE (NORTH BY NORTHEAST) is excited to announce that submissions for the 19th Annual NXNE, June 10-16, 2013, are now open. 

NXNE invites musicians, filmmakers, and comics to apply for a chance to be a part of one of the world’s premier arts festivals. Submissions will be accepted – online only – at www.nxne.com until January 31, 2013. Artists can visit www.nxne.com and follow the links to submit music, films, or comedy video/audio to NXNE. Submissions received by December 31 cost $28 — after December 31, the fee rises to $38. 

NXNE Interactive is also seeking submissions, via the popular NXNEi Panel Programmer. Users can submit their ideas for panel discussions and presentations that will inspire and inform attendees about a range of topics in the digital space. Submissions are being accepted until November 2, 2012 at midnight and can be made online at nxne.com/submissions – at no cost. 

NXNE is proud to include Comedy as an official stream of the 2013 festival in addition to MusicFilm and Interactive. Over the past three years, NXNE has presented some of the best comedians in Canada – including Debra DiGiovanni, Mark DeBonis, Trevor Boris, and Scott Thompson’s sketch troupe Mouth Congress. Building on a stellar 2012, in which NXNE’s 75 comics drew rave reviews, the festival looks forward to an even stronger comedy lineup for next June. 

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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