HWCH 2018 applications are open

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The applications for artists to play Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 music festival have been opened today. 

The annual music festival will be looking for acts to play as part of the Hard Working Class Heroes 2018 this September, speaking about the event HWCH Director Angela Dorgan said  “With bands securing agents, managers and some label deals as well as a huge jump in national and international profile, a slot at HWCH is something of a bucket list achievement for a lot of developing Irish actsthe payoff is also on view in the record amount of Irish acts on the bill at all our domestic festivals.  It has never been more important to showcase Irish talent”.

Bands who have played HWCH in past include Maria Kelly, Saint Sister, Rusangano Family, Villagers, Hozier, Girl Band, Ailbhe Reddy, Delorentos, Soulé, Jape, Coronas, Pleasure Beach, Talos, Le Boom, Otherkin and many more.

HWCH 2018 Appilcation Process:

Hard Working Class Heroes festival is making its annual call to Ireland’s musicians, bands and singer-songwriters to apply for HWCH 2018.  50 acts will have the chance to play and take part in this internationally-recognised event which runs in a variety of venues across Dublin showcasing Ireland’s best emerging talent.

Log on to hwch.net and click on the “BANDS APPLY HERE” button – applications will be through the artists’ Breaking Tunes profile.  Closing date for applications is July 6th.

The festival takes place from Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th September with an opening networking night followed by the live showcases which will take place across Friday and Saturday night.  Keep an eye on the socials for tips from some of the local and international judges between now and the application closing date on July 6th.

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