Early bird submissions open until May 31, 2023
Final submission deadline is July 13, 2023
Submissions are now open for the 19th edition of the Canadian Folk Music Awards!
Due to the COVID-19 situation, we have decided for this year to again reduce the submission fees for CFMA 2024. Instead of $70 for the first category submission and $60 for each subsequent category, pricing will be $50 per category during the Early Bird period, and $55 per category until submission deadline.
New this year: The CFMAs have added the category Instrumental Composer(s) of the Year, and submitters can now submit up to two single tracks to the Single of the Year category.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Canadian artists who have released recordings between May 1, 2022 and July 13, 2023 are eligible to submit to the CFMAs 2024. Complete eligibility requirements are listed here: https://folkawards.ca/eligibility/
EARLY BIRD SUBMISSION: Apply early and save money! Early bird fees for each category submission is $50 until May 31, 2023 11:59 pm EDT. After May 31, 2023, all category submissions are $55.
FINAL DEADLINE: All submission details and payments must be received through our website no later than 5:00 pm EDT, July 13, 2023.
SUBMIT FOR THE 2024 CFMAS: https://folkawards.ca/eligibility/online-submission/
The 2024 CFMAs will capture the true heart of the folk community, while celebrating the nominees and the category recipients. Visit our website and/or Join our mailing list to stay on top of our upcoming events, announcements and awards weekend details.
The CFMAs gratefully acknowledge the financial funding support of FACTOR with support from Canada’s private radio broadcasters and the Government of Canada.
About the Canadian Folk Music Awards (CFMAs):
Created in 2005, the Canadian Folk Music Awards celebrate the breadth and depth of folk music in Canada. Established as a non-profit, the mission of the CFMAs is to celebrate and promote Canadian folk music in all its forms. The awards currently boast 20 categories plus the Unsung Hero Award. Nominees are chosen for each category. A two stage jury process by 100+ jurors located across Canada representing all official provinces, territories and languages determine the official recipients in each category.
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